(HealthDay News) -- The coffee or other caffeinated beverages a woman drinks during her pregnancy might up the odds for a low birth weight newborn or an extended pregnancy, a new study says.
CHARLESTOWN, Nevis, February 12, 2013 – It was a great and special moment for the survivors, medical fraternity, Ministry Health, families of persons affected by cancer, charities involved in fighting cancer, and well-wishers as a chemotherapy center opened on the island of Nevis last Friday.
The Bank of Nevis made a very significant donation to the cause of the Nevis Sixth Form College Literary and Debating Society, on Tuesday 12th February.
In celebration of Black History month, NEWSLINK spoke with one of the former top Masqueraders on Nevis, Mr. Frank Fyfield about the life and times of the man referred to by many as ‘The Father of Nevis Masquerade.’
CHARLESTOWN, Nevis, February 13, 2013 – The Nevis Heritage Village came alive last Saturday when artisans marked Black History month by exhibiting their creative arts and craft at an exhibition dubbed “Bits and Pieces.”
The Nevis Public Library in Charlestown is currently hosting an exhibition in commemoration of BLACK HISTORY month which is celebrated annually in the month of February.
CHARLESTOWN, Nevis, February 6, 2013: The newly-inaugurated Minister for Health, Hon. Mark Brantley, on Monday, described Pink Lily Cancer Care as the most active Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO) in the fight against cancer.
Pastor Claudette Andrews withheld no punches as she spoke openly to dozens of individuals at the Mannings Seventh Day Adventist Church on Saturday 2nd February.
BRADES, Montserrat (February 6th, 2013) – The news that British MPs on Tuesday February 5th had voted overwhelmingly in favour of gay marriages was greeted with concern on Montserrat. As one of the few remaining British Oversees Territories, Montserrat comes under the rule of the British Government.
(HealthDay News) -- Men who watch 20 hours of TV a week may have only half as many sperm as men who watch very little TV, a small study suggests.