oh my, kauai ozoni
Betty Kataoka has been making a special ozoni for years. The recipe was handed down from her father, Gengo Nabeshima, who maintained that every ingredient had a purpose or meaning. "It's like chicken soup on steroids," says Kataoka.
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Take a look at some of the stories that made their way into the spotlight in this season's issue.
Tara and Tom McBride agree that the work they put in at the gym prepares them for difficult situations outside its walls. Six years ago, Tom was forced to put this theory to the test when he was diagnosed with a degenerative spinal condition. Last summer, they took on their biggest challenge yet: Ironman.
These high school athletes show that they have both inner and physical strength to succeed in and out of the classroom.
Community health centers, also known as Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs), fill in the gaps where access to health care can be difficult. These two FQHC's on the Big Island and Maui do critical work to address the needs of their communities
Bullying can happen to anyone. It happened to Ryne Mizushima. Find out how he was able to overcome this potentially devastating experience with strength and resiliency.
When a friend needed a kidney transplant, Melissa Lucero felt drawn to see if she was a match. But her decision to donate was made more difficult by the memories of another surgery that almost took her life.