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Meggai na Pasienten Taotao Pasifiku Debidi U Ma Muebi Siha Pot Para u Fanmanrisibi i Nana’lå’la’ na Daialasis Carlo Domingo/Civil Beat/2022

Meggai na Pasienten Taotao Pasifiku Debidi U Ma Muebi Siha Pot Para u Fanmanrisibi i Nana’lå’la’ na Daialasis

Unu gi halom singko na natibon Chamorro gi Notte Marianas gai daiabetes, ya i diniseha para daialasis sigi ha’ kahulo’. Låo i sentron daialasis manggaige solamente gi islan kapitåt Saipan.

Report: Hawaii Needs More Health Care Employees To Meet Growing Demand Courtesy: The Queen's Health Systems/2020

Report: Hawaii Needs More Health Care Employees To Meet Growing Demand

New programs are underway to address the need for non-physician positions in the industry.

Sally Kaye: Serious As A Heart Attack Cory Lum/Civil Beat/2016

Sally Kaye: Serious As A Heart Attack

Getting health care to rural, underserved areas is always a challenge. Dedicated workers can make all the difference.

 

Hawaii Island Is Getting New Federal Funds To Tackle Health Care Shortages. Is It Enough? Hawaii Island Community Health

Hawaii Island Is Getting New Federal Funds To Tackle Health Care Shortages. Is It Enough?

Gov.-elect Josh Green also has pledged to address problems with accessing care, especially in rural areas.

Defamed Doula Wins $52,000 In Punitive Damages In Lactation Porn Case Screenshot

Defamed Doula Wins $52,000 In Punitive Damages In Lactation Porn Case

The jury found women went too far warning each other about Danny “The Doula” Gallagher’s promotion of lactation erotica.

Hawaii Drug Abuse Prevention Groups Focus On Combating Fentanyl Getty Images/iStockphoto

Hawaii Drug Abuse Prevention Groups Focus On Combating Fentanyl

With accidental overdoses and drug-related deaths rising in Hawaii, adolescents are the focus of law enforcement and prevention programs.

Man Who Promoted Erotic Maternity Photos Is Suing The Women Who Called Him ‘Creepy’ Screenshot

Man Who Promoted Erotic Maternity Photos Is Suing The Women Who Called Him ‘Creepy’

Danny Gallagher’s lawyer acknowledges he advised women on how to sell nude photos and videos on line but says he never coerced or groomed anyone, as defendants say.

Why This Hawaiian Island Has To Outsource Psychiatric Care Cory Lum/Civil Beat/2017

Why This Hawaiian Island Has To Outsource Psychiatric Care

For the first time since 1990, the state agency that provides care to adults diagnosed with a serious mental illness has no staff on Lanai. The problem is a microcosm of a statewide mental health care crisis.

Breaking Point: Specialists, Broadband and the Fight for Health Equity in Rural America Mark Darrough/Carolina Public Press

Breaking Point: Specialists, Broadband and the Fight for Health Equity in Rural America

From mental and behavioral health to maternity care, specialists in rural areas of the United States are in short supply.

Hawaii Seeks To Ease Nursing Shortage By Expanding Training Capacity Cory Lum/Civil Beat/2022

Hawaii Seeks To Ease Nursing Shortage By Expanding Training Capacity

UH says it will be able to accept 230 more students into its statewide nursing programs after receiving $1.75 million in state funds.