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The percentage of Hawaii kids choosing out-of-state schools is significantly higher than the national average.
The study of elderly Japanese-Americans found that insulin resistance may actually have some benefits for older people.
Early data from a UH study shows interns at the farm lowered their diabetes risk by altering eating habits and lifestyles — with a ripple effect of health benefits for friends and families.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention heavily redacted a report that found safety infractions at the facility.
A newly updated website produced by the University of Hawaii Community Colleges helps students figure out what type of work provides the best long-term employment prospects.
The National Cancer Institute raised its funding support of the UH Cancer Center.
Education officials hope this results in more graduating seniors enrolling in college this year, especially those from low-income families.
Even though most think athletics enhances the university’s image, they don’t want to pay higher fees.
The tuition cuts are part of a new tuition schedule that will also freeze other rates through 2023.
UPDATED: Proposed new tuition rates being considered by the Board of Regents seek to reverse declines in graduate student enrollment.
UH and Chaminade are stepping up efforts to train much-in-demand data analysts for well-paying jobs in Hawaii.
The House Finance Committee instead approved spending $2.5 million a year to continue offering the aid to community college students.