On August 18, 2013, in Chicago, IL, 24 health care professionals and specialists volunteered their expertise and time at BAPS Charities Children’s Health and Safety Day to educate and bring awareness to 108 children and 60 parents.
BAPS Charities Blood Donation Drive organized in Chicago, IL on May 12, 2013 helped collect 166 pints of blood.
On September 8, 2013, in Chicago, IL, 90 physicians and 30 allied health professionals volunteered their expertise and time at BAPS Charities Health Fair to provide medical care and awareness to 525 people
A new government survey by bureau of labor statistic found that with the economy struggling to find its footing, Americans spent less time at work in 2011 and found more time for leisure activities such… Read more »
Accidents can happen anytime and anywhere. Accidents can be life-threatening or disabling. First aid training helps save lives, prevents further harm and promotes recovery. In order increase awareness about first aid measures at the time… Read more »
Claiming the lives of 23 people every day, heart disease is the leading cause of death and disability worldwide. Indiscriminate between males and females, heart disease is extremely prevalent in the South Asian community. By… Read more »
Arthritis affects an estimated 46.4 million adults in the US, of whom 61 percent (28.3 million) are women. By the year 2020, this number is expected to reach 60 million. Rheumatic – diseases are a… Read more »
BAPS Charities aims to serve individuals, families and communities in need by providing high quality, low cost health care. Annual health fairs are at the core of BAPS Charities’ medical services. Physicians and technicians regularly… Read more »
In 2012, the National Institute of Health launched the “We Can! (Ways to Enhance Children’s Activity & Nutrition)” initiative to help children stay at a healthy weight by encouraging healthy eating, increased physical activity, and reduced time in front of a… Read more »
The early stages of pregnancy can be tricky as your body adjusts to its new role as not only an incubator, but preserver, nourisher and protector of the new baby. This journey is fraught with… Read more »