AFTER surviving a horrific jet-ski accident eight years ago, Megan Sands has committed herself to providing support to people who face challenges due to their health through a new foundation.
HUNDREDS of Bahamians visited the centre court at the Town Centre Mall last Thursday to participate in screenings offered at the Bahamas Heart Association’s annual health fair.
RASHAD Bowe, a young autistic man, can now check meeting American Idol star Fantasia Barrino off his bucket list.
CURTIS NEWBOLD got a second chance at life when his Omega Psi Phi fraternity brother and dear friend Dr Delon Brennen donated a kidney.
FOR THE 50th time around patrons at the Annual Sir Victor Sassoon Heart Ball enjoyed a night of glitz, glamour and fun. The ballroom at the Melia Nassau Beach Resort, last Saturday, was filled with shades of gold, black and cream.
MANY MOTHERS-to-be eagerly await the birth of their new baby and hope for an ideal labour, free of complications. However according to international doctors, it is important for new moms-to-be to become educated and aware of pre-term birth and the risks involved.
THE CARMICHAEL Road community now has a place of refuge for people who are hurting with the opening of the latest branch of The Family, a group therapy programme spearheaded by Bahamian psychologist Dr David Allen.
The countdown is on for the biggest fund raising event for heart health advocates, the 50th Annual Heart Ball in aid of The Sir Victor Sassoon (Bahamas) Heart Foundation.
JUST a week ago, the parents of D’Quan Brown took to their Facebook page to announce what they called ‘Transplant Day.’
HEART disease remains the major cause of death in the Bahamas and death around the world.
ONE of the largest marketers of employee benefits in the United States, Assurant Employee Benefits, is coming to The Bahamas.
THE big day is once again upon us. Mark your calendar for Saturday morning, February 1. Only once a year will you find an event quite like this one.
A GLOBAL CONFERENCE to be held next month will further the debate surrounding the implementation of a regenerative medicine industry in the Bahamas.
By ALESHA CADET
A long line snaked downstairs through a corridor of the Coral Towers at Atlantis, Paradise Island as the company’s staff waited to have their biometric screenings done so they could ‘know their numbers’.