The Babe Ruth Baseball program, using regulation competitive baseball rules, teaches skills, mental and physical development, a respect for the rules of the game, and basic ideals of sportsmanship and ...
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Lissencephaly is a rare gene-linked brain malformation causing the brain to have less than or no ridges and folds, making it appear smooth.

A sufficient blood supply is a public health issue both locally and nationally, and our hospitals and medical centers need a readily available supply for our residents and visitors.

In contrast to their significant role in the development of Hawai‘i’s children, one in three child care workers in Hawai‘i are experiencing food insecurity due to inadequate compensation, the average ...
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National Preparedness Month is an observance each September to raise awareness about the importance of preparing for disasters and emergencies that could happen at any time.  

Sepsis Awareness Month

Each year in the United States more than 15,780 children from birth to 19 years old are diagnosed with cancer—more than 43 diagnoses each day.

Craniofacial disorder refers to deformities that affect the head and facial bones which may be present at birth or result from disease or trauma.

Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD) are a group of a complex range of disabilities that can occur in an individual exposed to alcohol before birth.

Suicide is one of the most tragic events a family and community can experience, and among the top nine leading causes of death for people ages 10-64 in the United ...
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