As many as 32 million Americans have food allergies, including nearly 6 million children. Shellfish, fish, cow’s milk, eggs, tree nuts, peanuts, soy, wheat (gluten) and sesame are nine foods that cause most of all food allergy reactions in the United States.
Insurance professionals have the expertise to proactively manage risk and prevent losses to protect families and property and give them peace of mind, security and stability.
Drug courts provide hope and opportunities for individuals to reclaim their lives from substance abuse.
Racism, discrimination, bigotry, xenophobia, violence, bullying and hate crimes have no place in American society. All people, including the Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) community, have fundamental rights as equal citizens.
National EMS Week is dedicated to the brave, resilient paramedics, Emergency Medical Technicians (EMTs), and EMS dispatchers of the State of Hawaiʻi. Over the last year, paramedics and EMTs have fought a deadly pandemic on the frontlines—putting their own health and the safety of their families at risk while treating and transported hundreds of COVID-19 ...
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Healthcare Technology Management professionals operate and maintain medical equipment to serve patients safely and effectively. They played a critical role in obtaining and maintaining medical equipment for recovery of Covid-19 patients during the pandemic.
Congratulations to the University of Hawai’i men’s volleyball team for capturing the 2021 NCAA championship!
Hurricane season runs from June 1–November 30. Prepare now.
National Law Enforcement Officers Week is a time to recognize the important work of law enforcement officers and honor those killed in the line of duty while protecting our communities and safeguarding our democracy. Peace Officers Memorial Day will be observed on May 15 to honor the courageous law enforcement officers who were disabled or ...
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There are over 4 million nurses in the United States, of which more than 2,000 licensed practical nurses, 27,700 registered nurses, and 1,800 nurse practitioners are in Hawai‘i. Nurses work in a wide range of challenging settings, including correctional facilities where inmates are more likely to experience chronic conditions and infectious diseases.