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Muhammad Ali visited Jamaica

MuhammadAli visited Jamaica 

Former Prime Minister Edward Seaga (second left) with the late Muhammad Ali (third right) and boxing promoter Don King (left) during their 1987visit to Jamaica for the Martin Luther King Human Rights Award at the Wyndham Hotel, New Kingston. At extreme right is the Rev Al Sharpton. (Photo contributed)

Muhammad Ali, the former world heavyweight champion who died in Phoenix, Arizona last Friday, visited Jamaica on two occasions, in the 1970s and 1980s.
Ali’s first visit to Jamaica was in 1974. He came as a member of a delegation of the Nation of Islam, headed by Minister James Muhammad, younger brother of Elijah Muhammad, founder of the Chicago-based organisation. The delegation also included Minister Louis Farrakhan. They took a one-month tour of Jamaica as guests of Prime Minister Michael Manley. Ali received the Key to the City of Kingston at Jamaica’s National Stadium.

The trip was especially important as it not only followed Ali regaining his world heavywe…

Start & Operate Your Own Profitable Import/Export Business

How To Start & Operate Your Own Profitable   Import/Export Business At Home 
What is a good way to build up a successful business from nothing and have fun doing it? The import/export business may be your answer. Not only does it require little financial investment to start, but it offers the prestige of working with clients from  all over the world.
You don't need previous experience in the field, but you should have a good head for organizing. Fulfilling a successful import/export business requires constant attention to little. Do you know some local manufacturers looking for ways to increase their market for the goods they make? Or are you planning a trip abroad and want to make some contacts for setting up a business?
If you have the ability to sell, and an air of diplomacy, the import/export business might be right for you. All you need is the desire and determination to make it work.
As you progress in the business, many factors become obvious and easy to handle. For ex…

Coronary Artery Disease (CAD)

Coronary Artery Disease (CAD)Recaldo Gilpin Case Management Article ========================================================================


Coronary artery disease (CAD), also called coronary heart disease, or simply, heart disease, is the most common cardiac disease. CAD is the leading cause of death for both men and women in the United States. Approximately 370,000 Americans are affected by CAD each year.

How does CAD develop?

CAD develops when the major blood vessels that supply the heart with blood, oxygen and nutrients to the coronary arteries become damaged or diseased. Usually, plaque (cholesterol-containing deposits) starts from a young age and continues to build up in the arteries as the person ages causing a condition known as atherosclerosis. As the plaque builds up over many years it can harden or rupture. The hardened plaque narrows the coronary arteries and reduces the flow of oxygen-rich blood to the heart.

As the plaque makes the inner walls of the blood ve…