Originally set for Oct. 25, this event has been postponed until Nov. 15. The Charlotte Kimelman Cancer Institute (CKCI) will host the 5th Annual Cancer Survivors Appreciation Day to recognize the cancer survivors in the community, to raise awareness of the challenges survivors face, and, most importantly, to celebrate life.
The blood that shot to my eyes a week ago, an immune reaction to the Zika virus, is almost gone, and the aches and pains getting out of bed Saturday morning seemed to be related more to age than Zika.
The best I ever felt physically until now were the years that I could call myself a raw foodist. The designation is for purists, but if you are eating anything raw you are ahead of most Americans.
The Hebrew Congregation of St. Thomas welcomes the entire St. Thomas community to a very special LGBT Pride and Vigil Service in remembrance of the victims of the Orlando Massacre and in solidarity with the targets of hate everywhere. It will take place at 6:30 p.m., Friday, June 17.
International Capital & Management Company’s (ICMC) hosted the 12th Annual Student Hall of Hope “Celebrate Life” Art Exhibition and Fun Day. Approximately 300 of St. Thomas’ public elementary and middle school students displayed their art work at the Reichhold Center for the Arts.
Schneider Regional Medical Center (SRMC) has announced the graduation of nine surgical technicians who have completed a 16-week program at the Roy Lester Schneider Hospital. Surgical technicians are members of the medical team that work in operating rooms.
Schneider Regional Medical Center (SRMC) is in receipt of special gifts for their patients suffering from dementia or Alzheimer’s disease.
The Baha’i Faith of the Virgin Islands will be celebrating the Declaration of the Bab on May 23. The Baha’i Faith is a world religion with followers of every racial, ethnic and socio-economic status in virtually every country on the planet.
The St. Thomas East End Medical Center Corporation is now on the cutting edge of automated access to patient health information and medical records with the recent installation of a new electronic health records system.
This week the V.I. Department of Health confirmed two more cases of Zika in the territory, bringing the total number of confirmed positive cases to 16.