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labour-day-roundup-lloyd-b-smith-at-railway-lane-basic-school.jpgLabour Day 2015 was celebrated on Monday May 25 under the theme Labour of Love: Nurturing Our Children and many Jamaicans islandwide got into the spirit of the day. Here are a few of the many projects that were undertaken.

Labour Day activities in the parishes of St. Elizabeth, Trelawny, St. Ann, Westmoreland and Hanover received tremendous support from volunteers, on Monday, May 25.

The main projects for the parishes were: Manning's Boys' Home in St. Elizabeth; the Jerusalem Mountain Community Centre in Westmoreland; The Uriah Rowe Park in Trelawny; The Widow's Mite Children's Home in St. Ann; and the Hilloughby Basic School in Hanover.

Basic school repaired

At the Hilloughby Basic School, several areas of the school were repaired and repainted by citizens, including Mayor of Lucea, Councillor Wynter McIntosh and Councillor for the Sandy Bay Division, Lloyd Hill, while volunteers in St. Elizabeth turned out to carry our repairs to sections of the Manning's Boy's Home, which is located in Southfield.

Face-lift for comm centre in the West

Over in Westmoreland, Secretary/Manager of the Westmoreland Parish Council, Mrs. Opal Beharie and Mayor of Savanna-la-Mar, Councillor Bertell Moore, led volunteers who turned out to undertake work on the Jerusalem Mountain Community Centre.

Uriah Rowe Park cleaned

In Trelawny, Mayor of Falmouth, Councillor Garth Wilkinson, headed a large group of volunteers who carried out work on the Uriah Rowe Park in Falmouth as well as the Hague Community Centre.

The Uriah Rowe Park, a popular location for residents of Falmouth was cleaned and sections of the security fence repaired and a number of ornamental trees planted on the grounds. The roof of the Hague Community Centre was repaired.

Children's home painted

At the Widow's Mite Children's Home in Murray Mountain, in St. Ann, volunteers repaired and painted several sections of the building. Work was also carried out on the vegetable and flower gardens at the home. This project was carried out by the St. Ann Parish Council and received support from representatives of HEART/NTA, North East Regional Offices.

Palladium constructs garbage skip

In other Labour Day projects, Team Members from the Palladium Hotels & Resorts constructed a garbage skip in the Elgin Town community to ensure that residents have a safe place to leave their domestic waste for collection. The hotel workers also painted a section of the Lucea Primary and Santoy Basic Schools.

General Manager, Mr. Jose Morgan, said that the Labour Day projects form part of the hotel's corporate responsibility to the community. "We at Palladium are always looking for opportunities to work with communities and to improve the general aesthetics for our team," he said.

vajacula-rejuvula-vagina-treatment.jpgKim Kardashian made vampire facials famous after having the beauty treatment in which blood is withdrawn and then injected into the face. Now a new treatment called Rejuvula, that costs L800, promises the same plumping and tightening effect, using blood cells - but this time on the vagina.

The procedure, which is only available in two clinics, uses injections of Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP), into the vaginal tissue to enhance sexual response and help with urinary incontinence.

The therapy is said to allow the body to heal faster and more efficiently and activate stem cells in the area, which the inventors claim results in rejuvenation and enhancement of damaged and undamaged tissue.

Because these are the individual patient's cells, experts say there is no chance of rejection, infection or allergy.

While Kim Kardashian's facial involved the injection of her own red blood cells, Rejuvula uses plasma which the makers say is yellowish in colour. They also say that after Rejuvula patients can expect increased sexual sensation, stronger and more frequent orgasms and even a boosted libido.

And if that isn't enough, the treatment promises to make the skin around the private parts look 'younger' and 'smoother',

There are also apparently health benefits such as decreased pain for women suffering from dyspareunia (painful intercourse) and it even lessens the severity of urinary incontinence.

The procedure is the invention of Dr Daniel Sister and medical aesthetic nurse Claudia McGloin.

The L800 treatment is hailed as the ultimate vagina rejuvenation therapy, and is available only at Dr Daniel Sister's clinic in London and at Claudia's clinic in Ireland.

A spokesperson for Claudia revealed: 'Generally patients would only need on treatment a year. Occasionally they might want a repeat at six months but very rarely.'

A 52-year-old woman from Sligo, Ireland, who had the procedure said: 'It completely changed my world.'

The patient, who wants to remain anonymous, admitted to having Dracula Therapy in her face along with dermal fillers and a face-lifting procedure.

She was intrigued by the new procedure, and admitted: 'I'm getting married in a couple of months and decided to have the treatment as a special treat for my husband to be.

'This is my second marriage, and I want my sex life with my new husband to be as exciting as if we'd met in our 20s.

'But the fact is I've had three kids since then, and things down there are not quite they used to be.'

The woman said she noticed a difference almost immediately. 'I started to notice some changes in sensations on my way home but the next morning it was heightened and sex was amazing. I have never felt such an intense orgasm before.'