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Health is the word used to describe how your body feels. Being healthy is important because it makes you feel good and live longer. Getting healthy depends on eating the right food, doing the right exercise, taking medicine if you are sick, knowing what to do if you have an illness or disability and feeling good about yourself.

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GNC August Product Give-Away

Posted by on in General Health
This Month's top-selling featured product from GNC is Raspberry Ketone Liquid Diet Drops and we're giving one bottle away to a CaymanActive member. If you're not lucky enough to be our winner, th...
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  • Anika Conolly
    Anika Conolly says #
    I would love to try this. Hope to win!
  • GNC - Live Well
    GNC - Live Well says #
    Anika... Congratulations you're the winner this time around. We'll drop you claim details shortly. Sorry to those who didn't win..

World Hepatitis Day - July 28th

Posted by on in General Health
For the World's 8th biggest killer, viral hepatitis is remarkably neglected. That's why in 2010 the World Health Organization made World Hepatitis Day one of only 4 official disease-specific worl...
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How to stop overeating

Posted by on in Diet & Nutrition
Let's face it, the extra pounds you're carrying around are due to overeating – plain and simple. Why do you overeat? Here are a few likely reasons: 1. Habit: Whether you realize it or not, you eat...
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Grill your way lean

Posted by on in Diet & Nutrition
Grilling is one of the most popular pastimes of summer. While outdoor cookouts are a great opportunity to relax and visit with friends and family, did you know that the average barbecue meal exceeds 1...
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2014 Cayman Islands Healthcare Conference announced

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Annual Healthcare Conference to focus on chronic non-communicable diseases: The prevalence of chronic non-communicable diseases such as diabetes, hypertension, obesity, cancer and heart...
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