Health & Wellness

Never waste time waiting

Dear Readers, Several years ago, when I first returned to The Bahamas, I was often called upon to conduct workshops on “Stress Management.” In fact, this request had become so popular, I used to tell my colleagues, I was stressed out by stress. Stress is indeed a timely concept for these days and times. This…
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HIV/AIDS Survivors Benefit sets Candlelight Memorial for May 20

KEVIN THOMPSON-DELANCY, HASB, Founder

Under the theme, ‘Reflecting On Our Past, Preparing for Our Future’ the International AIDS Candlelight Memorial will take place worldwide on Sunday May 20, where candles will be lit in honor of persons who have lost their lives over the years to HIV and AIDS, and, offer support to those still living with the disease.…
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Hope Society set to kick-off Cancer Awareness Month this weekend

Oswald Ellis and Pamela Whylly Ferguson.

Love, support and generosity are three important factors one needs when life throws an unexpected curveball and the Grand Bahama Hope Society led by president Pamela Whylly-Ferguson is working diligently to provide that significant trio for those combating cancer. Annually, May is recognized as Cancer Awareness Month and the Hope Society has a cadre of…
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POP in support of Lupus

C. TAMIKA LIGHTBOURNE, Lupus Bahamas, President

Annually, Lupus Awareness Month is recognized throughout May, and the Lupus Bahamas Organization led by president, C. Tamika Lightbourne does its best to engage and educate the Grand Bahama community and the public at large on the intricacies of Lupus, which is an autoimmune disease in which the body turns on itself and causes harm…
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