Two 16 and 13 year old siblings with a rare neuromuscular disease plan to compete in the marathon this upcoming January with assistance from Kids of Courage.
Declaring pink is a vibrant color that symbolizes good health, staff members of the Nassau Airport Development Company (NAD) recently supported two events in the fight against breast cancer.
After a meeting between local organisers and the Veterinary Medical Association of the Bahamas it was announced that Operation Potcake will move forward as planned… and with even more foreign vets.
The chief science officer from the Okyanos Heart Institute, Dr. Leslie Miller, will address the International Stem Cell Society Global Conference in Freeport, Grand Bahamas, February 19-22, 2014.
There are many people in our lives who go unrecognized for all that they have done and continue to do to make life better for others.
The sun came out for the second annual Hope Town Turtle Trot, a 5K fun run/walk which benefited Friends of the Environment’s marine conservation and education programs.
Despite high winds and cloudy skies 40 paddlers set out in support of the Abaco Cancer Society and Friends of the Environment in the 3rd Annual Kayak Challenge.
Over 300 people attended the ACE Diabetes “Get On Track” Expo this past Saturday. The expo covered all aspects of diabetes and prevention of diabetes.
“The number of new HIV infections has declined by 42% in the Caribbean,” says the U.S. Chargé d’Affaires, “the PEPFAR program has helped to support that decline.”