The stories, the food and the music flowed at a cancer support group event Monday which drew scores of survivors together to discuss their journey and share stories of survival.
The Sir Victor Sassoon (Bahamas) Heart Foundation and The Heart Ball Committee are pleased to announce that nominations are now being accepted for the Lady Sassoon Golden Heart Award.
The 2nd Annual ACE Diabetes Get On Track Expo took place on Saturday November 8 and brought together a variety of organizations within the community to present information about diabetes-related products and services. The event was attended by about 400 people.
Following the success of the inaugural ‘Get On Track Expo’ in 2013, ACE Diabetes is set to launch the 2nd annual ‘Get On Track Expo’ with the same aim to prevent and protect. This free event will be held Saturday, November 8th, 2014 at the New Providence Community Centre from 10am to 2pm.
ACE Diabetes is hosting a free seminar for medical and healthcare professionals on Friday, November 7th at the New Providence Community Centre on Blake Road. Delivering the keynote address is world-renowned diabetes expert, Dr. David Marrero.
Scores of students queued up for a recent campus-wide HIV/AIDS testing at The Bahamas Technical and Vocational Institute (BTVI), all in an effort to know their status and strengthen awareness of the deadly disease.
The Heart Ball Committee is back at it again. Despite current economic challenges and imposing changes to the economy, The Heart Ball Committee recently met to plan their upcoming events.
U.S. Embassy and Ministry of Health officials participated in a signing ceremony at the Ministry of Health to announce the recipients of the President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) small grants program.
When is the Bahamas going to start planning how to combat this deadly disease, seeing as its potential to reach our shores is merely a few hours plane ride away.