Physician, noted author and public speaker Dr Deepak Chopra prescribed a few simple remedies this past weekend to reduce the amount of chronic illnesses that plague the Bahamas during Atlantic Medical Insurance’s wellness symposium, “A Morning with Deepak Chopra.”
Almost everyone you talk to is seeking to improve their health these days. Bahamians are reading health articles, searching the internet, and best of all, seeing healthcare professionals – all in an effort to stay on top of things.
The desire to seek more advanced care for her sick child has led one Bahamian mother to pursue improvement in all aspects of the local healthcare system.
AN international grant awarded to the Young Marine Explorers (YME) will help the organisation expand its reach through a study that aims to explore the damage dealt to marine life and resources after the devastation of Hurricane Matthew.
Make 2017 the year to improve your dental health!
The appointed members of the Health Professions Council (HPC) brought their working year to a celebratory close with their final meeting followed by dinner at Sapodilla Restaurant.
If you’re anything like the rest of us, you might tend to needlessly overcomplicate your life.
The Bahamas National Breastfeeding Association closed out its year of activities with a Breastfeeding and Parent Craft graduation ceremony, where mothers were honoured for completing weeks of training to help them become better parents.
The residents of Unity House on East Street received a pleasant surprise this festive season as members of the non-profit group Fitness Connection stopped by to hand out groceries and spend time with the elderly at the retirement home.
As the year 2016 comes to a close it is my hope that our country and its people make plans for a healthy 2017.
Tara Miller talks hair loss, weaves and the overuse of gel
In the way that your manicurist is there to take care of your nails and your dermatologist is there to take care of your skin, Tara Miller is there to make sure your hair remains nice and healthy.
EVEN if only for one day, the local chapter of #HashtagLunchbag wanted to do their best to make at least a small dent in the Bahamas’ hunger problem.
The Island House Farmer’s Market set to become weekly winter event
THE Island House’s first Farmer’s Market earlier this month, at which Bahamians took full advantage to get their hands on fresh produce grown locally, is set to become a weekly winter event, organisers said.
The Christmas season is finally upon us! It’s a time we celebrate the birth of Christ. A time of decorating trees, putting up lights and sharing the Christmas spirit with others.
IN ITS continued efforts to encourage staff, patients, visitors and the wider public to adopt a healthier lifestyle and also to create the safest possible environment for those who frequent the institution, Doctors Hospital has become a smoke-free environment.