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Bone & Joint Centers
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Sex Abuse Treatment Center (SATC)
smoking and tobacco
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While smoking numbers are on the decline, we've still got a long way to go until we extinguish lung cancer.
Dr. Eric Crawley, a Hawaii Pacific Health Medical Center pulmonologist, seeks to enlighten the public about lung cancer and minimally invasive ways to screen for the disease.
Aaron was committed to an active, healthy lifestyle, and never smoked a cigarette in his life. When a CT scan revealed he had stage 1A3 lung cancer, he and his young family were caught completely by surprise.
Learn the signs and symptoms of this chronic lung disease.
Ways you can eat, drink and be merry, and still keep your blood sugar under control!
Expectant mothers should have their blood-sugar levels monitored as part of their prenatal care.
Lifestyle adjustments to help control type 2 diabetes.
Hawaii Pacific Health is collaborating with community organizations to make greater social-impact and place-based investments in the areas of affordable housing, education, economic empowerment and food system development.
Why dementia is more than just forgetfulness, signs to watch for and ways to train your brain to prevent future memory problems.
How do you protect your precious cargo during pregnancy?
Learn how to ID common causes for food poisoning, plus ways to keep your gut (and health) in check.
Tips to help Mom feel confident and comfortable with breastfeeding her newborn.
Certain senses have been shown to unlock memories in those with brain degeneration.
There's no sugar-coating these facts!
Parents can follow this three-step plan to help their children avoid developing type 2 diabetes.
Early detection and treatment under the guidance of an ophthalmologist can significantly reduce the chance of this vision loss.
Headache is a very tricky area in medicine, both from a doctor’s and a patient’s perspective.
Vision problems can greatly impact a child’s learning but are often treatable when caught early.
Integrating weight-bearing exercises into your training program can add benefits that other exercises may be lacking.