The term “salt of the earth” refers to anything that is fundamental to the planet’s ecosystem. While that’s a terrific way to describe something, eating too much salt may lead to a variety of health problems. You need to know this, according to the Heart Foundation of Jamaica.
February is recognized as Heart Month in Jamaica and The Heart Foundation of Jamaica will be taking the message of maintaining good health and healthy nutrition to the public. Visit the HFJ offices to get screened for cardiovascular disease.
The GOJ has formed collaborations with private physicians in an attempt to relieve strain on the public healthcare system. The collaboration addresses noncommunicable disorders such as hypertension and diabetes.
The Best Kept Street Competition from citizens in the Belmont, Cherry Hill community in Westmoreland ,ay be one example of affirmation action. Recognizing they have power, coupled with their will, this community is determined to be the answer to their challenges.
Jamaica is a treasure trove of undiscovered wonders. I had heard a lot about the Bob Marley beach, so we decided to have a look at it today. To find out why this beach was named after our beloved Reggae Icon and what all the hoopla was about the sunset, I went on a quest.
In Bluefields, the Best Kept Street competition is bringing community pride to a whole new level. In order to win a reward, residents will be judged on the condition of their own streets. During the competition, residents will also master new skills.
Continuing the tradition of supporting the front-line approach to COVID-19, Sandals Foundation donated over $6M worth of Critically Identified Equipment. The donation is a well-needed boost in the fight against the impact of the virus.