The Nassau Guardian’s health and financial fair on tap this weekend
All things you need to know to get your health and finances, and to keep both strong, will be the order of the day at The Nassau Guardian’s annual Health and Financial Fair this weekend.
Health and financial information, aerobic demonstrations by Club One, health screenings, healthy food sampling, a blood drive by Rotaract and a Saxons Junkanoo rushout will highlight the festivities at the Mall at Marathon’s center court between 10 a.m. and 5 p.m. on Saturday, February 29.
The Nassau Guardian’s Health and Financial Fair has become a staple on the calendar during the month of love, as The Nassau Guardian encourages you to love yourself. Fair organizers say when you love yourself, you will want to ensure that your health and finances are as healthy as you can possibly get them.
The fair will bring together vendors across the health and financial spectrum under one roof, where you can have all your questions answered — whether they are related to your physical or financial health.
This weekend’s fair is just what the doctor ordered in an effort to help people restore some semblance of balance.
With health news and advice always changing, medical professionals are placing an even greater emphasis on health and wellness by encouraging people to take charge of their bodies and get themselves on the path to wellness. They are urging people to strive to live their lives fully, with vitality and meaning. And in tough economic times, members of the financial sector encourage members of the public to take control of their finances.
Through its annual health and financial fair, The Nassau Guardian does its part to show people that wellness means optimal health and vitality, encompassing physical, emotional, intellectual, spiritual, interpersonal, social and environmental well-being.
The Nassau Guardian also does its part to show that financial wellness is just as important, and hopes to encourage people to have a greater awareness about their own health and wellness in all aspects.
Participating companies include Colina Insurance, New Life Natural Vegetation, Ports International, Handling Your Health, Caribbean Bottling, University of The Bahamas, Bahamas Co-operative Credit Union, Bahamas Orthodontic, The Pop Stop, The New Duff, Salad Masters, Vision Financial & Business Services, Forever Living Products, Bonaventure Medical Lab, First Caribbean International Bank, Bahamas Baptist Community College, The Walk-In Medical Center, Vitality Products, Anji’s Teas, Glucerna, Seven Seas, Medical Concierge Services, Bank of The Bahamas, Nubirth Hearing Services and New Providence Life Insurance Company.
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