A guilty verdict handed down this morning for Pilgrim Baptist Church Bishop Earl Randy Fraser.
Following numerous delays, Deputy Chief Magistrate Carolita Bethel gave her final decision. In court this morning, Bethel said she didn’t believe anything Fraser had to say and she believed the victims’
Gout is an ailment that is often the result of a combination of elements, such as genetic predisposition for the disease, poor dietary habits like eating excess red meat and acidic foods, and it has s
In a country of approximately 353,000 people, 12,095 people (6,606 males and 5,489 females) have been diagnosed with HIV/AIDS over a 25-year span, since official record-keeping began in August. The numbers diagnosed with the disease are up to December 31, 2010.
On Thursday, December 1, there
Tea party jumpstarts The Sir Victor (Bahamas) Heart Ball Committee fundraising activities
A team of researchers from the Johns Hopkins Children’s Center, Vanderbilt University and elsewhere have demonstrated that high blood pressure and anemia together put children with sickle cell disease (SCD) at serious danger for symptomless or so-called “silent” strokes, although either condition alone also signaled
As a practicing veterinarian, the most common problem I see in dogs and cats are skin and ear infections. Today we will discuss how one manages the constant ear infection that we see today. Canine ear disease is a prevalent and persistent problem. The large
Pain is not often thought of as a gift. Pain is the body’s early warning system to let us know something is wrong or that we are hurt and need attention. So when one cannot feel pain, especially on the feet, the results can be
Dr. Nigel Johnson promoted to post of clinical director at Doctors Hospital
Williams-Darling joins forces with St. John’s for cross country event