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Medical Musings with Dr. Shane Marshall: Five Things You Should Know About COVID-19 and Your HEART

We are in challenging times, Bermuda! Never before have doctors and policy-makers had to make so many decisions with so little information. As one researcher in New York put it, we are operating in a “data-free zone.” That’s not a place the medical profession likes. But rest assured, as new information comes to light, we’ll get it to you. One thing that has become clear is that COVID-19 affects more than just the lungs.   Five Things You Should Know…


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Just Keep Moving: A Guide to Exercise During COVID-19

If you’re following the Government’s guidelines to stay indoors during this unsettling time of COVID-19, you might be feeling a little stir crazy (we know we are!). As one adjusts to this new stay-at-home lifestyle, it's important to not forget…


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Natural Immunity Boosters by FUELLED

We have all been hearing about hand sanitizers, wipes, masks, working from home, restricting travel, not touching our faces and washing hands frequently with soap and water, so I’m here to provide something totally different – I’m opening up the…


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Medical Musings with Dr. Shane Marshall: The Latest On Cardiac Connections: “Let it go!”

When cardiologists get together and talk about their profession, the conversation inevitably turns to how lucky we are. We get to think about physics, hemodynamics, and vascular biology, and we’re shielded from messier tasks like rectal exams or sputum inspection…


Bermuda Cancer and Health Centre

What Your Family Tree Can Tell You About Cancer Risk

Tracing the family tree is a hobby many people enjoy. It can be fun to be a family historian, gathering stories and discovering connections to people and places you may never have known about otherwise! Knowing your family’s medical history…

Bermuda Cancer and Health Centre

Its Never Too Late To Quit

It’s no secret that tobacco is a leading cause of cancer. The World Health Organization describes tobacco as the single greatest avoidable risk factor for cancer mortality and estimates that its use kills more than 8 million people worldwide every…