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Options in Native Hawaiian Health Care
December 29th, 2010 · 2 Comments · Health & Wellness
 

Native Hawaiian health care is based in lokahi – the belief that health and well being are the result of man’s harmonious relationship between the spirit world and nature. This style of health care is still practiced throughout the islands today, through the Hui Mala Ola Na Oiwi and other clinics of the Native Hawaiian […]


Where’s the Party? Maui Residents Share Plans for New Years
Where’s the Party? Maui Residents Share Plans for New Years
December 29th, 2010 · 2 Comments · People
 

To party or not to party, that is the question for many Maui residents as December 31st draws near. While there is no shortage of New Years celebrations planned across the island, some people prefer a more tranquil transition into 2011. Maui Now set out to get the scoop on how Maui residents will be ringing in the New Year. Here is what they had to say:


Ocean Safety Tips
Ocean Safety Tips
December 28th, 2010 · Comments Off on Ocean Safety Tips · Health & Wellness
 

Most Hawaiian residents and tourists alike spend plenty of time enjoying the crystal blue waters that surround the coastlines of the islands. However, there are dangers lurking in those beautiful waters that you must be aware of if you are going to keep yourself and your family safe during those days under the tropical sun. […]


Diabetes in Hawaii
Diabetes in Hawaii
December 27th, 2010 · Comments Off on Diabetes in Hawaii · Health & Wellness
 

Diabetes is a common problem among adults throughout the United States and Hawaii is no exception. According to a diabetes report that came out a number of years ago, approximately 72,000 to 100,000 people in the islands currently have the disease. Of that number, as many as 25,000 may go without a diabetes diagnosis each […]


Caleb Rhodes Brings Revolutionary Fitness Technology to Maui
Caleb Rhodes Brings Revolutionary Fitness Technology to Maui
December 23rd, 2010 · 1 Comment · People
 

The CoreAlign, a brand new form of exercise equipment that is shaping up to be a new revolution in rehab and fitness, has made its way to Maui thanks to Caleb Rhodes, owner of Pe’ahi Studio in Haiku.


New Weapon in Cancer Fight at University of Hawaii
New Weapon in Cancer Fight at University of Hawaii
December 23rd, 2010 · Comments Off on New Weapon in Cancer Fight at University of Hawaii · Health & Wellness
 

Residents of the islands who are battling prostate cancer now have a new weapon to use in their fight. The Calypso system has come to the Cancer Center of Hawaii in Honolulu, helping doctors target cancer tumors more effectively so the treatment can be as successful as possible. The Calypso system is a relatively new […]


Rock Out with the Coopers
Rock Out with the Coopers
December 22nd, 2010 · Comments Off on Rock Out with the Coopers · People
 

Break out the black eye liner! Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Alice Cooper’s wife Sheryl, along with their two daughters Sonara and Calico, will be teaching a master dance class at the Maui Arts and Cultural Center ‘s Omori Studio on Wednesday December 29th at 6pm.


Leptospirosis: A Hawaiian Problem
Leptospirosis: A Hawaiian Problem
December 22nd, 2010 · Comments Off on Leptospirosis: A Hawaiian Problem · Health & Wellness
 

Leptospirosis is a bacterial infection that affects both humans and animals. It is a relatively rare condition, with only about 100-200 cases reported in the United States each year. However, of that number, around 50% come from the islands of Hawaii. Because the disease is more prevalent in the tropical climate here, it is important […]


Budget Woes Affecting Hawaii's Emergency Preparedness
Budget Woes Affecting Hawaii’s Emergency Preparedness
December 21st, 2010 · Comments Off on Budget Woes Affecting Hawaii’s Emergency Preparedness · Health & Wellness
 

A recent report from Trust for America’s Health shows that Hawaii is not as prepared for a statewide emergency as it once was. The state’s score dropped in key indicators of public health preparedness, leaving it in the bottom half of the country for 2010. Hawaii state officials cite budget cuts for their inability to […]


Michael J. Murphy Wants You to Know What “They” are Spraying
Michael J. Murphy Wants You to Know What “They” are Spraying
December 20th, 2010 · 1 Comment · People
 

Michael J. Murphy, Co-Director of the film “What in the World are they Spraying,” will be present tonight at the Temple of Peace in Haiku to answer this question and more following the screening of his film. “What in the World are they Spraying” takes a behind-the-scenes look at the world of geo-engineering.


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