All non-communicable diseases are related to our lifestyle. Diabetes is one such disease that can be managed and in some cases, even remedied with the right lifestyle changes. We have to pay attention to what we put in our bodies. Help our bodies, help us.
Several buildings have been given a significant ‘Spirit of Independence’ across the United States, Canada and Jamaica in black, gold and green. These special decorations are to honour the 60th-anniversary celebrations of Jamaica’s independence.
The Namibian delegation which is currently in Jamaica to celebrate the nation’s 60th anniversary of independence. The delegation, which is now representing the President of the Republic of Namibia, who was originally expected to be in Jamaica, is headed by the Honourable Christine Hoebes, Minister in the Presidency of Namibia.
In continuing their support of the work provided by healthcare workers, Sandals South Coast Resorts gave special rewards to 11 of the longest-serving nurses from the Black River Hospital. All other nurses serving at the hospital had an opportunity to participate in raffles, where some walked away with day and evening passes to the Sandals resort.
Jamaican star Shenseea has earned her first nomination for a MTV Video Music Award (VMA) after she was featured as the platform’s “Global PUSH Artist” for the month of March 2022
Having struggled with match fitness and form last season, Jamaica’s international footballer Leon Bailey, assisted in the closing stages of a Aston Villa vs. Manchester United friendly to top off a brilliant second half score.
Under the Ministry of Education and Youth, this year’s National Youth Policy Summer Creative Challenge is now open. Participants between the ages of 15 and 28 are required to submit a creative piece focusing on at least one priority area of the policy.
The opportunity of wards of the state exiting State care received a boost, as they will be provided with funding from the CPFSA to support their tertiary education. Several partners have collaborated to make this opportunity possible.
In partnership with Kingston Creative, two Jamaican artists were invited to attend the American Friends of Jamaica Gala in Miami. The opportunity created at this event afforded the artists to expand their vision of the global potential for their art form.