After the second case of a suspected vaping-related illness in the islands, the state health department is urging the public to stop vaping.
A new UH study is looking at whether the program has led to an improved diet and reduced risk for cardiovascular disease among Native Hawaiian families.
Real-time data collection and a better economy could be behind a significant drop in Medicaid health insurance enrollment, but some health workers are concerned.
In rural areas, in particular, it can be hard to find alternatives for managing pain, as well as treatment for addiction.
Public health students are taught about traditional practices in order to provide more effective health care in Native Hawaiian and other underserved communities.
The Healthcare Association of Hawaii’s first workforce assessment found vacancies at health care facilities for a wide variety of jobs from medical assistants to phlebotomists.