At the start of the COVID-19 outbreak, Hawaii doctors say some of their patients were nervous about coming in for care. With in-person and virtual options, here's how to make the best health care decisions for your needs.
vietnamese daikon and carrot pickles
You don’t need to get a banh mi (Vietnamese sandwich) to enjoy pickled daikon and carrot. Make do chua (pickled daikon and carrot) with just a few pantry ingredients and enjoy it as a cool and crunchy side instead of coleslaw or sauerkraut.
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Take a look at some of the stories that made their way into the spotlight in this season's issue.
The first case of COVID-19 in Hawai'i was diagnosed on Feb. 26, 2020. Since then, Hawaii’s health care systems have been working hard to test and treat patients and help contain the spread of the virus. Here’s how hospitals are navigating health care during the COVID-19 pandemic.
A doctor from Hawaii is part of a worldwide race to find a vaccine for COVID-19.
When the COVID-19 pandemic hit, doctors began closing their doors to patients and furloughing their staff. But many HMSA participating providers could still pay staff thanks to an innovative physician payment program.
Hawaii doctor Lina Miyakawa is on the front lines treating COVID-19 patients in New York City. Her message to friends and family back home: social distance as much as possible to protect yourself, ohana, and community.
Jerome Kim, M.D., credits his Hawaii upbringing for preparing him for the biggest challenge of his career: working toward a vaccine for COVID-19.