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Diet and exercise help fight anxiety

While most people associate anxiety with an emotional response to stress, a major factor in stress and anxiety is the physical response to external stimulus. The stress response in the brain sends signals to the body to prepare us to handle a perceived danger or threat, and this induces a physical state of tension that […]

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Aquaponics: New ways to help reduce the OECS food import bill

CASTRIES – Tackling the region’s high food import bill and improving food security is increasingly being explored through aquaponics or the production of food that combines aquaculture (farming fish) with hydroponics (cultivating plants in water) in a symbiotic environment. This potential was highlighted by the recent visit to the Choiseul aquaponics facility and mobile desalination […]

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A fleeing Venezuelan sergeant asks for asylum

WILLEMSTAD – A fleeing Venezuelan sergeant is behind bars in the special barracks for illegal aliens of the Curaçao (SDKK) prison. Together with a Venezuelan official who has also fled, he has applied for asylum. In a telephone conversation with a journalist, the sergeant says he was brutally treated by the police, who even threatened […]

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After Irma, St. Maarten resorts rebuild better – Travel Weekly

Travel WeeklyAfter Irma, St. Maarten resorts rebuild betterTravel WeeklyAnswers to that question may unfolding in the rebuild of one St. Maarten property, now slated to reopen on Feb. 1, 2019. The Maho Group, owners and operators of the two Sonesta St....

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Does Curaçao adhere to human rights?

ast week Thursday on Friday, 6 Venezuelans have been arrested by the police. The press and other stakeholders were kept far away. There is great uncertainty about the fate of these people, including a sergeant of the Venezuelan army and various civil servants. The military has been able to report via a local journalist that […]

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ConocoPhillips announces $2B settlement with Venezuela’s PDVSA

HOUSTON, CARACAS – ConocoPhillips said it reached a settlement with Venezuela’s PDVSA state-owned oil company to recover ~$2B, the full amount awarded by an arbritral tribunal convened under the rules of the International Chamber of Commerce, plus interest. COP says PDVSA agrees to recognize the judgment and make a ~$500M initial payment within 90 days, with the balance […]

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Nyansa Delivers More Control For Managing User Performance Within Aruba Instant And Extreme Networks Wireless … – PR Newswire (press release)

Nyansa Delivers More Control For Managing User Performance Within Aruba Instant And Extreme Networks Wireless ...PR Newswire (press release)20, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Extending its lead in the IT performance analysis market, Nyansa Inc. ("knee-ans-s...

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