From the Magazine

Take a look at some of the stories that made their way into the spotlight in this season's issue.

saving hawaii's coral reefs

A mission is underway to protect Hawaii's coral reefs from dying. We’ll take you under the sea for a look at what’s being done to preserve reefs around Oahu and the fish that call them home.

water music

There are many studies showing how music can improve your health and well-being. Harpist Megan Conley now proves that music can also be good for the environment.

powering a sustainable future

With more than half a million solar panels on 250 acres of Kamehameha Schools (KS) land, Kawailoa Solar is the largest solar project in the state.

nourishing the land and its people

Jesse Mikasobe-Kealiinohomoku, who graduated from UH-West Oahu with degrees in sustainable community food systems and political science is a food access manager at Waianae Coast Comprehensive Health Center. Though work keeps him busy, It’s important to him to make time to give back to community. Find out how Mikasobe-Kealiinohomoku cares for people and the aina.

caring for our families, friends, and neighbors

At HMSA, we have a singular purpose – everything we do is to improve the lives of our members and the health of Hawaii. We consider it a privilege to be able to care for our families, our friends, and our neighbors. But improving the health of Hawaii isn’t something we can do on our own. It’s why we work in partnership with key stakeholders: providers caring for their patients, employers caring for their employees, the government caring for its citizens, and communities caring for each other.

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