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Morning Blend 20 March, 2013

If you’re in an area of New Providence suffering from frequent low water pressure or even no pressure, Preston Rahming, Senior Manager, Water & Sewerage Corporation’s Project Management Unit, says their recently launched 10-year, $83 million water infrastructure repair project will go a long way in alleviating current problems.

Also, in “Doc Talk with Dr. C”, Dr. James Constantakis tells us he believes vitamin and mineral supplements are for the most part unnecessary. He says we can get the vitamins and minerals we need from the increasingly fortified foods we eat every day.
One exception – pregnant women and Folic Acid.

And “In The News”, we discuss church leaders and their calls for Bahamians to receive a bigger slice of the pie should there be oil in The Bahamas. And we talk about the ongoing problem of copper theft in the country.

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  • BLEND 20 MARCH PRESTON RAHMING
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