Regular physical activity helps improve overall health and fitness, and reduces risk of many chronic diseases. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends about 150 minutes of moderate-intensity aerobic activity every week and… Read more »
In Western populations, Acidity and Reflux disease affects approximately 20% of the population and 0.4% newly develop the condition. In order to bring about awareness on this topic, BAPS Charities hosted a health lecture on March 2,… Read more »
Benefitting Duke Children’s Hospital and Health Center of Durham, the BAPS Charities Walk in Raleigh, NC took place on April 26, 2014. In total, over 570 participants enthusiastically supported the event, walking a combined 1,771 miles.
BAPS Charities Blood Donation Drive organized in Raleigh, NC on March 16th, 2014 helped collect 49 pints of blood.
On February 08, 2014 students and parents attended the ‘Roadmap to College Admissions’ in Raleigh, NC. Similar events were organized in 17 different cities across North America in partnership with The Princeton Review benefiting over 1000 students.
BAPS Charities Walk in Raleigh, NC benefitting Duke Children’s Hospital & Health Center took place on June 2, 2013. Over 457 participants enthusiastically took part in the event, walking a grand total of 1417 miles.
BAPS Charities Bone Marrow Drive organized in Raleigh, NC on February 17, 2013 helped get 72 registrations.
BAPS Charities Blood Donation Drive organized in Raleigh, NC on March 31, 2013 helped collect 33 pints of blood.
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 »
Whether it’s an accident, surgery or disaster, every minute of every day someone needs blood to survive. BAPS Charities sincerely believes in this cause and actively organizes blood donation drives for the benefit of one… Read more »