The Ministry of Health & Wellness earlier today launched the pilot of an intervention geared at helping Jamaicans to optimise their ability to cope with adversity that could undermine their mental wellness.
The magnificent soursop fruit and tree are used for a variety of purposes within the Jamaican society. Today, we investigate the fruit and tree for their advantages and share recipes for the delicious juice.
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.
The Pink Run is back with a bang to fight breast cancer in Jamaica. Participants blew expected numbers out of the water. Insurance company ICWI was elated with turnout and the possibilities.
Minister of Health and Wellness, Dr. the Hon. Christopher Tufton and Minister of Public Health of Cuba, Dr. José Angel Portal Miranda shake hands following the signing of the letters of intent.
The most important way to prevent Gastroenteritis, as with COVID-19, is to practice good hygiene. It is more important than ever to pay attention to our children and strengthen their immune systems.
.Jamaica joined countries around the world in celebrating World Heart Day 2022. This year’s campaign focuses on educating the masses on how to prevent Cardiovascular disease.
On June 22, 2022, The Ministry of Labour and Social Security launched its Programme of Advancement Through Health & Education (PATH) Community Engagement Series (CES) in Montego Bay, St. James.
Since its launch in 2002, PATH has become Jamaica’s flagship social assistance programme.
Sometimes you have to stay quiet to drown out the noise happening all around you. We have learned so much during these past years. Now it’s time to look back at our COVID Blessings.
TruSHAKE, Trade Winds Citrus’ first nutrition shake, has teamed up with fitness and wellness coach, Patrice J White of Dynamic Lifestyle Studio to launch the philanthropic event ‘Outside on the Fitside’. The eight (8) week free fitness boot camp series is open to Jamaicans who have decided to make exercise a part of their wellness journey. The camp infuses exercise with fun and has already started to engage popular personalities in exciting exercise routines.