THE desire to help women look and feel beautiful was what led Destini Helen Nesbitt to become a certified aesthetician who today owns an all-natural skincare company.
THE newest Dermalogica Skin Centre is now open in Grand Bahama, making it the third one in the Bahamas and in the Caribbean region.
As women, we know that we have very specific health needs. We know in order to stay healthy, diet, exercise, brushing and flossing our teeth intermingled with regular visits to our doctor and dentist are extremely important. Further, at certain times in our lives we have to take better care of ourselves.
FROM soothing a troubled tummy, to helping cleanse the body, there are many health benefits associated with drinking tea.
Blairwood Academy celebrated Autism Awareness Month in April by painting the sky blue.
Kicking bad habits is not always easy. Through determination, motivation and an honest need to change, many people try new ways of eating, exercising and thinking to improve their lives.
There is a little bit more to skincare than simply washing with water and soap, especially when it comes to the face.
One of the chief complaints of many adult dental patients is that they experience sensitivity and pain whenever they consume a hot or a cold drink.
Dr Dominique Marie Foulkes, daughter of former Governor General Sir Arthur Foulkes, has been appointed to a leadership position at one of the United States’ premier children’s hospital.
We seem to have an understanding of submission as something ultimate and complete; that men are completely in charge of women and must rule over them with an iron fist.
Fatigue is a common symptom of many illnesses, including diabetes, heart disease, arthritis, anaemia, thyroid disease, and sleep apnea. Talk to your doctor if you feel unusually tired.
Without a positive mental attitude real success remains out of reach.
I know that at first you may be thinking that I am talking about the stress and tension in your work environment.
JUST the thought of playing a part in the success stories of hundreds of Bahamians who have decided to make positive changes in the areas of health and fitness gives personal trainer Dianne Gibson a feeling of gratification.
As a part of its ongoing commitment to support Bahamian non-profits providing learning opportunities to the community, the Lyford Cay Foundations recently gave a $5,000 grant to the Cancer Society of the Bahamas to assist in funding the Freedom Kids Programme.