January 17, 2019

Americans eating dinner

A photographer captured shots of Americans eating dinner for 3 years, and the photos show how different family meal time looks in busy homes across the US By Katie Canales From Business Insider What family meal time looks like in each individual household can vary greatly. It’s something photographer Lois Bielefeld wanted to explore in her series […]

How Tai Chi can relieve chronic pain

By Brian Syuki From Care2 Research shows that tai chi can help people dealing with fibromyalgia symptoms and chronic pain, and it offers many other health benefits to boot. You can ease fibromyalgia symptoms through exercise. However, you have to be careful when choosing which exercises to do. Doing the wrong exercises can worsen chronic pain symptoms associated with fibromyalgia. […]

First International Consensus on Fibromuscular Dysplasia

From Society for Vascular Medicine January 16, 2019 – The “First international consensus on the diagnosis and management of fibromuscular dysplasia” (FMD) has been published online first today in Vascular Medicine and the Journal of Hypertension. The consensus document was written by a committee of international experts in the field commissioned by the Society for Vascular Medicine (SVM) […]

Top 6 reasons self-defence classes should be part of your routine this year

A new year is a great time to make a fresh start on many different levels. One of them has to do with being able to protect yourself. The decision to take classes that have to do with self-defence, such as krav maga classes, will be fruitful in a number of ways. Here are a […]

Cayman Islands Proud of Them – Jade Barnard & Jorel Bellafonte bios

Jade Barnard – Academics Scholar. Recycler. Entrepreneur. Musician. These are just some of the words that can be used to describe 14-year old Jade Barnard from West Bay.  Jade is a straight ‘A’ student at Cayman Prep and High School where she balances 13 subjects, including two foreign languages. At the end of the 2017/2018 […]

Cayman Prep and St. Ignatius secure high school football titles

Cayman International School (CIS) Blue and St. Ignatius Catholic High School claimed the 2018 Dart Under 14 Girl’s and Under 13 Boy’s high school football league championships. In a rematch of the 2017 final game, the young ladies from CIS Blue defeated Cayman Prep 3-0 at the CIFA Centre of Excellence to capture their second […]

Slay Your Inner Bully

The Thrive Experts challenge you to ‘Slay Your Inner Bully’ in 2019 The Slay Your Inner Bully program is an intimate, intensive 6 week online program produced and presented by The Thrive Experts aka Jennifer Slay and Jennifer Jimbere and is geared to help people to improve their ability to manage their inner critic (that […]

Youth activists are key focus of Caribbean Violence Prevention Summit

Monday, January 14, 2019 — To combat youth crime and violence in the Caribbean, a region that has the highest rate of victimization by homicide, assault, and threat in the world, the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), the CARICOM Secretariat, UNICEF, the Caribbean Development Bank, the Commonwealth Secretariat, the Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States Commission, […]

Cayman Islands: First Proud of Them Awards Ceremony reaches milestone

GRAND CAYMAN (GIS) – Round 10 of the Proud of Them Awards Ceremony celebrated the achievements of 12 honourees in a memorable milestone event. Held at George Town Yacht Club on Wednesday, 9 January, the evening featured musical entertainment, and a buffet meal which was a first in the programme’s six-year history. Awardees having been nominated were […]

YMCA afterschool programme

Cayman Islands Health Ministry supports YMCA afterschool programme GRAND CAYMAN, (GIS) – A dozen staff from the Ministry of Health spent an evening volunteering at Bodden Town Primary School last month. Their aim was to support and help raise awareness for the Extended After-School Programme (EASP) that the YMCA operates for government schools across the […]