When Rachel McKinley graduated college, someone told her to try everything. With that goal in mind, she signed on as a V.I. National Park lifeguard in July 2015, spending her days making sure Trunk Bay visitors stay safe.
Many problems we face with our health, jobs and relationships are never what we think they are. Gail Glanville’s columns shine a light on the real problem and provide holistic solutions to bring about healthy change and resolution from the inside out.
When Dominica needed assistance to recover from its Tropical Storm Erika-related flooding, St. John Rescue President Amy Raymond was among the group of Virgin Islands emergency responders that went to help.
I love nuts. I live on them. I have spent the last 30 years experimenting. I get my protein and my snacks from nuts. I have lost all the weight I had gained from my carb loading diet and I have kept it off.
Perhaps you were injured in an auto accident and are experiencing limited mobility. Meanwhile your colleague at work appears to be exhibiting symptoms of carpal tunnel syndrome. A neighbor’s teenager has been suffering from a painful sports injury, and an elder family member may be facing the aftereffects of a stroke. Despite the diversity of these debilitating conditions, one hopeful word unites each of you. The word is “recovery” — and that’s where Therapy Works comes into the picture. #visource #business #usvi ... See MoreSee Less
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