From the Magazine

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

vaccination destination

When the COVID-19 vaccines became available in Hawaii, health care providers went into high gear to get shots into people’s arms. Find out what it takes to keep Hawaii healthy one shot at a time.

connecting despite covid-19

While the COVID-19 pandemic presented its own unique challenges. Carla Nip-Sakamoto, M.D., has experienced the its effects on a personal level as well. Prior to the pandemic Dr. Nip-Sakamoto made the difficult decision to move her mother into an assisted-living senior community.

jabsom class of 2024: the challenge of covid-19

It wasn't the type of beginning that first-year medical students like Jennifer Wong expected when starting their education at JABSOM last summer. But despite the challenges posed by COVID-19, students, instructors, and administrators endured.

plantation doc

A good cup of coffee is just what the doctor ordered. Kona allergist Allan Wang, M.D., takes pride in keeping his patients and coffee plantation healthy.

working families

Hawaii loves local family businesses. But how can they survive during this pandemic economy and who will take over when the parent retires? Here are three families who work and play well together.

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