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March 21 - April 19 Are you feeling like there are too many things going on in your life to maintain the healthy lifestyle you would like? First of all, don't judge yourself. Start with where you are today and go from here, setting gentle, realistic goals.

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April 20 - May 20 You may not be feeling like yourself and others will question what is wrong with you. Don't pretend that everything is okay when clearly, it isn't. Be honest so that people can help you in the areas where you need extra support and encouragement.

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LIBRA

September 23 - October 22 This can be an amazing week with a potential romantic partner. If you go somewhere where the music is very loud, it will be a waste of time. You need to be someplace where you can speak freely, so that you can make your latest conquest laugh.

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May 21 - June 20 Honesty is most certainly the best policy for you right now. Don't try to pull the wool over anyone's eyes. Doing so will have unpleasant ramifications later on down the road. Tell the truth now so it doesn't come back to haunt you in the future.

CANCER

June 21 - July 22 You have a great deal of physical energy with which to tackle anything that comes your way. Feel free to work longer hours and take on extra work. You can handle it with greater ease than most people can handle just their normal schedule.

LEO

July 23 - August 22 You might need to put on the brakes this week when it comes to love and romance, Leo. Don't think that this means you have to break off any sort relationship that's in the works but realize that you may need to take a more realistic approach to how you handle it.

VIRGO

August 23 - September 22 Things should be going quite well for you this week, and you will find that aspects of your life that may have felt disconnected in the past are finally slipping into place. Have faith that all your painstaking planning and organizing is finally going to pay off. This is especially true in love and romance.

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October 23 - November 21 This period may be critical as far as your health is concerned. You've experienced progress and reversals for some time now. Aspects may indicate the reappearance of some symptoms, or you might find information that can help you resolve the matter. Don't delay. Make whatever changes are necessary.

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November 22 - December 21 Take time during the day to reflect on how you’re really feeling. When people ask, you may auto-respond with "great!” But how true is that? You don’t have to wear your heart on your sleeve or burst into tears, but if you’re feeling overworked or down, it’s okay to let people know.

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AQUARIUS

January 20 - February 18 This week you will not only need to make a list of social and official obligations but will also fulfill them. You will have good energy level and will be able to meet the targets. It's a good day today.

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February 19 - March 20 You are more emotional than others and you take things to heart. You need to be careful about this. You should take criticism constructively. You need to take care of all these points if you want it to be a good day.

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1. Cook the fettuccine 2. Cook garlic and butter in pan over medium heat for about 4 minutes. 3. Stir in pumpkin. 4. Slowly wisk in heavy cream until heated through. Add salt and pepper taste. 5. When pasta is done, drain and add back to pot. Pour pumpkin alfredo over fettuccine and stir until all noodles are coated evenly. 6. Serve with extra parmesan cheese to top!

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16 oz fettuccine 1 cup canned pumpkin puree 2 tablespoon butter 3 cloves garlic, minced 2 cups heavy cream 1/2 cup parmesan cheese, plus 1/2 cup to garnish salt and pepper to taste

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FOR QIANA Qiana Gomes is a brave 12 year old young lady who has JIA (Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis), but fights every day to make her life as beautiful as can be. She is also aware that many children and parents are not familiar with JIA. There is where she comes in. Qiana wants people to be aware of this disease and also to be more accepting of it by breaking the stigmas and taboo around it. She also wants children with the same condition to come together and exchange their experiences. We spent some time with her so she could tell us more about herself and Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis. Here is her inspiring story. By: H. Nicholls Qiana tell us what do you want to do when you are older? ‘I want to own a spa where people can have massages, have a manicure and also do their hair.’ What do you like to do in your free time. What are your hobbies? ‘I like to dance and do arts and crafts and take pictures too. I want a photo camera for my birthday.’

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Tell us something about your condition JIA. “Well at times it can be difficult, on days where you have been very active or if you have been in a certain position for a very long time, the pain can last longer. You have to move a lot so your limbs can remain flexible.’ When did you hear that you had JIA? ‘When I was around 6 or 7 years old. I

felt pain when I walked and I also had a brace for my wrist because it hurt so much. All my friends in school kept asking me what was wrong, I thought it was just pain but later on I was diagnosed with JIA.’ When the doctor told you that you had JIA were you afraid? ‘In the beginning I was afraid because I thought that I had something very bad


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and that I would not live for long, but now that I am aware of the disease I can deal with it much better.’ You are a very brave and strong girl. How do you cope with JIA on a daily basis? ‘I try to live a normal life like everybody else, the only difference is that sometimes I have to take more medicine than others. I am accustomed to it so I don’t think about it too much when I wake up in the morning. I try to live my life as normal as possible.’ What do you want people in Curacao and the rest of the world to know about JIA? ‘I want the ones that are suffering from this disease to know that they

are not alone and that they have to keep fighting. I have met kids of different parts of the world with JIA. It is nice to know more kids like that because they understand you better. For instance when I say that I am not able to do something they won’t ask silly questions or ask why I can’t do it. I like going to seminars and congresses abroad because I am able to meet kids with the same conditions as I and we exchange stories, we laugh and dance. Unfortunately we don’t have this in Curacao so most kids and grownups don’t know what it’s about. ’ What is your advice for other kids with JIA? ‘I want them to know that it is not as bad as you think. You should always

tell your doctor what you feel. This is important in order to get the right treatment. You also need people to support you. I have my mom, my family and friends.’ What is your biggest dream? ‘To be famous. So I can tell everybody that you don’t have to let JIA limit your dreams. To fight for what you love. I want to spread awareness.’ What is HighFiveForQiana? ‘My mom made a Facebook page called HighFiveForQiana where family and friends could post a picture giving me a high five as a form of encouragement. She got the idea about 2 years ago when an organization did a campaign called High Five to raise awareness about arthritis. I want to use this to encourage other kids to make the most of their lives even if you have a disease like JIA. ’ Where can people contact you? ‘They can follow me on Instagram. HighFiveForQiana

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Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis (JIA) formerly known as Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis JIA is an autoimmune disorder, which means that the body mistakenly identifies some of its own cells and tissues as foreign. The immune system, which normally helps to fight off harmful, foreign substances such as bacteria or viruses, begins to attack healthy cells and tissues. The result is inflammation marked by redness, heat, pain, and swelling. Many times this disease goes unnoticed by parents and doctors alike due to the symptoms being related to common complaints and ailments. There is also the fact that the child is unable to describe what he or she is feeling or not complain at all. According to Doctor Meindert Manshande, pediatrician at St. Elisabeth Hospital, the symptoms must be ongoing for at least 6 months continuously for there to be a diagnosis. Symptoms may include: fever that comes and goes, less appetite, weight loss, anemia, rash on a child's arms and legs and joint pain. However when diagnosed the treatment nowadays is much “heavier” than in the past. This is to prevent much worse problems in the future. According to Dr. Manshande if treatment is successful the first time,

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chances of remission are far greater. However the prognosis has to be stated in an early stage. Something of great importance is the communication between the doctor and the parents of the patient. Parents may not be trained professionals, but they are able to verify what is best for their child due to day to day handling and own research. By communicating with the doctors they are able to come to a better prognosis and treatment method. In Curacao there are between 10 and 20 kids under the age of 18 that have a form of JIA, this is stemming from a research done by the pediatricians. Still there may be more, but due to lack of knowledge, from parents and

doctors alike, this may go undetected. Therefore it is important that parents are aware of the symptoms and complaints in order to set a diagnosis as soon as possible to prevent worse problems in the future. People should be aware that this affects the child greatly. The taboo should be broken and stigmas should be left aside. This will benefit everybody, from the child not having to go through more complicated procedures when he/she is an adult, to the insurance companies not having to shelf out more money later on instead of being more helpful now. Let’s tackle this disease now. Education about Juvenile rheumatoid is key to a better future for each child affected. By H. Nicholls


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In my last column, I said I will be visiting Los Angeles. As I am still here, I don't have the time for a workout in the gym. Also, sometimes it costs a lot of money for a few weeks of gym membership. In these situations, it is perfect to know that you don't need a (fancy) gym for a full body workout. Look around you and you will see that each element that you can hold with safety can be good equipment for a workout. For me, I will use 2 bar stools that are perfect in weight and good to hold on to, as we would like to have as simple as possible. Now, let’s set our timer for 20 minutes. If you have more time, you can, of course, double your workout. Important: Please scan your environment so that it is safe to do the workout without hurting yourself, someone else, or something that can break.

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Let’s Go... Set your timer for 20 minutes, and put on some nice music on that will motivate you more. - The exercises are numbered till 4 - Do each number for 1 minute - When you are ready with all the 4 numbers, you have 1 minute to rest and then start over again until your time is up. That simple ;-)

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199 ANG

The Flying Dutch Curaรงao

COMBO

1

General

30

entrance ticket

GB

300 Min

sms combos to 3434

Terms & conditions apply

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Go Weekly # 41 2018  
Go Weekly # 41 2018  
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