Neuroendocrine tumors(NETs) often develop into cancer, but with timely diagnosis and proper treatment, NET cancer patients can have significantly improved outcomes and quality of life.
Nurse Practitioners (NPs) provide high-quality primary, acute and specialty health care services while emphasizing health promotion, disease prevention, health education and counseling, guiding patients to make smarter health and lifestyle choices every day.
Hawaiʻi residents formed the group “Our Drowning Voices” to serve as the vanguard to give voice for climate justice in the name of younger and future generations, indigenous people, Island Nations, and willing nations and partners.
National American Indian Heritage Month is a time to celebrate and to educate the people of this nation about the rich history and contributions of its original inhabitants, the American Indians.
It is important we recognize the value of protecting our fresh water and the need for maintaining the critical infrastructure that allows us to enjoy reliable and clean water service.
Commonly, breast cancer is seen as a disease affecting only women. However, this misconception can delay diagnosis and treatment in men, which can have dire consequences.
Energy efficiency offers a variety of benefits to our State, and there are many different ways Hawai’i families and businesses can make smart energy choices.
Plasma donors and plasma protein therapies can save and improve many lives as they can increase quality of life and extend life expectancy.
Broadband services are essential infrastructure for the 21st century and play an important role in providing access to knowledge and opportunities from communities locally and around the world.
Fire Prevention Week serves to remind people to check their kitchen for fire hazards and use safe cooking practices so that everyone is more prepared and more likely to survive a fire.