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Testosterone

Are you experiencing low sex drive? One cause could be low testosterone levels, which can be accompanied by insomnia, sleep disturbances, decrease in motivation or maybe difficultly remembering things. You may be suffering from low testosterone levels. Read more »

  • Morton’s Toe

    As Trinis, we say when a woman’s second toe is longer than the big toe, she would rule her significant other. Hmmm…this “theory” is often said to be true, however in a number of cases, women would say differently. Turns out I am one such person whose second toe is longer. Read More »

  • The Joy of Life ... in Dance

    The Candice Clark Academy of Dance (CCAD) will stage its 14th dance production on August 10 at Queen’s Hall in St Ann’s. Read More »

  • Two ways to use Vermicelli

    We as Trinidadians are always looking forward to a holiday-it’s in our culture. No matter the purpose, time or place we love to share and celebrate with our brothers and sisters of different backgrounds. Read More »

  • Winged women all a - flutter

    Tribe Carnival on Saturday last unveiled its 2015 theme, Wings of Desire and also showcased the designs for its sster band, Bliss, which is next year presenting, Blue. Read More »

  • Journey to freedom

    “Throughout the British dominions the sun no longer rises on a slave. Yesterday was the day from which the emancipation of all our slave population commences, and we trust the great change by which they are elevated to the rank of free men will be found to have passed into effect in the manner most accordant with the benevolent spirit in which it was decreed, most consistent with the interests of those for whose benefit it was primarily intended, and most calculated to put an end to the apprehensions under which it was hardly to be expected that the planters could fail to labour as the moment of its consummation approaches. Read More »

  • Insights from mud volcanoes and Pitch Lake of Trinidad

    Astronomy is often seen as a big science. Meaningful research in astronomy appears in the media to be associated with multimillion-dollar telescopes and billion-dollar space missions—all presumably out of the reach of the expertise and priorities of the Caribbean islands. Read More »

  • High fashion for Emancipation

    On June 28, Prindela Fashions held its 15th Annual Open Day at 4 Sixth Street East, Dinsley Gardens, Trincity. This event usually kicks off the Emancipation celebrations and patrons were treated to all the latest in African fashion. Read More »

  • The beautiful struggle

    It has been said that life is an upward battle, a struggle even, but for eight members of a community-based organisation, the difficulties encountered in life can be described as a Beautiful Struggle. Read More »

  • Trini roots

    The Miss Vermont 2014 pageant, which was held on April 26, concluded with the crowning of Lucy Edwards as the state’s new reigning beauty queen. Edwards, of Indian origin, will now go on to the Miss America pageant in Atlantic City, New Jersey this September, where she will compete to succeed Nina Davuluri—the current Miss America, and the first ever of Indian origin—for the crown. Read More »

  • Feeding young minds

    JULIE Morton’s latest venture, Morton Books located on the corner of Middle and Patna Streets in St James is a hop, skip and jump from Long Circular Mall. Read More »

  • Premature ejaculation

    Premature ejaculation occurs when a man ejaculates sooner during sexual intercourse than he or his partner would like. It can occur with a new partner, only in certain sexual situations, or if it has been a long time since the last ejaculation. Read More »

  • Athlete’s foot or is it psoriasis?

    Athlete’s foot vs psoriasis Two common conditions that are often seen are athlete’s foot and psoriasis. Both are considered conditions that dermatologists or podiatrists are best able to diagnose, but can go undiagnosed or misdiagnosed by some in the medical field. Read More »

  • Indian glitz & glamour

    Fashion Design Council of India’s (FDCI) six-day India Couture Week (ICW) is back with yet another edition of glamour and glitz. A line-up of famed designers is ready to mesmerise the style connoisseurs with latest in haute couture, and they promise to explore rich craftsmanship of Indian culture with their designs. Read More »

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