The Alzheimer’s Association, as part of its “Caregiver Training” for family caregivers, offers “Healthy Living for Your Brain and Body” class online Friday, Oct. 23.
The annual Medicare Advantage and Medicare Prescription Drug Plan open enrollment period is traditionally a time for educational events, classes and one on one meetings, but this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, there are some new and different ways to learn about Medicare.
LIHU‘E — In March, Wellness Empowerment Coach Katie Rampen of Katie Rampen’s Healthy Families of Poipu, was diagnosed with breast cancer again despite having had a double mastectomy eight years ago.
HONOLULU — Recognizing the ongoing challenges and concerns presented by the current pandemic, Hawai‘i Pacific Health will host a free public webinar, “Managing Your Health & Well-Being During COVID,” at noon Thursday, Oct. 8.
How much do blood sugar levels affect our physical and mental health? And most importantly, what we can do about it? Most of us know what we need to do to improve our health.
Doug and Genna Wolkon discovered intrinsic motivation by helping others navigate through a monetary system they felt didn’t work them.
Do you think we live most of our lives in a safe zone? Mostly we are looking for comfort, making sure that we are safe, and looking at the easiest way for everything. And that’s absolutely understandable, and it does seem like a smart approach too. But have you ever thought that if we are always living in our comfort zone then maybe we are missing something?
During this COVID-19 crisis, it is crucial that we tend to our wellness — especially that of our children — to ensure that when this pandemic is over, we come out healthy — body, mind, and soul, said Melisa Garcia, owner and trainer at the DoU studio at the Kukui Grove Center.
In previous articles I have mentioned many ways to improve your immune system and thus maximize your health. Why is this so important? Well, do you know of anything that is more important than your health?