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Maximizing Your Medicare Costs and Health Benefits

By Edwin QuinaboJust thinking about growing old typically triggers anxiety. There is the inescapable reality that no amount of exercise or healthy eating can stop...

As second-worst hit by COVID-19 in Hawaii, Filipino community continues to be resilient

PMAH president-elect Dr. Prather and president Dr. Ver with the KN95 masks their organization donated to doctors in the community. By Jim Bea SampagaOn Sept....

Surviving COVID-101

Sarah Bolles in the hospital when she was diagnosed with COVID-19. By Glenn WakaiSarah Bolles relishes short walks around Salt Lake with her 13-year-old daughter...

Here’s What It’s Like to Work in The ICU During The COVID-19 Pandemic

Registered nurse Joshua Pananganan at Pali Momi Medical Center’s Intensive Care Unit. He stresses the importance of sanitizing and wearing PPE as safety measures against...

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Surviving COVID-101

Sarah Bolles in the hospital when she was diagnosed with COVID-19. By Glenn WakaiSarah Bolles relishes short walks around Salt Lake with her 13-year-old daughter...

Here’s What It’s Like to Work in The ICU During The COVID-19 Pandemic

Registered nurse Joshua Pananganan at Pali Momi Medical Center’s Intensive Care Unit. He stresses the importance of sanitizing and wearing PPE as safety measures against...

Living the long and loving life with 95-year-old Lola Filipina Caliboso

Lola Filipina with her 71-year-old daughter Pat Mencias. By Jim Bea Sampaga At 95 years old, Lola Filipina Caliboso has been living her life filled with...

Government to Public: Keep Your Guard Up Against Coronavirus

By Carlota Ader“Stay the course and remain on the straight-and-narrow.”That basically sums up the latest directive from Honolulu Mayor Kirk Caldwell, who urged the public...

Filipina Academic Appointed Poet Laureate of the State of Virginia

Dr. Luisa A. Igloria By Belinda A. Aquino, Ph.D.Dr.  Luisa A. Igloria, a native of the Philippines and now Professor of English and Creative Writing at...

Giving Gratitude to Frontline Workers This Labor Day

By Edwin QuinaboJust a few weeks after lifting some restrictions and launching a “soft” opening of Hawaii’s economy (tourism still largely closed), the state registered...