University of Hawaii Study Shows Link Between Individual and Community Health

According to a new study by the University of Hawaii Office of Public Health Studies, about 35.99% residents in some neighborhoods in Hawaii have low health literacy levels. As a result, the residents have challenges understanding basic health information and its importance. In other communities in Hawaii, only 5.3% of residents have low health literacy. […]

Hawaii doesn’t mind being in the back of the pack

With nearly two thirds of all students nationally graduating with more than $26,000 in student debt, it seems almost unimaginable that Hawaii’s student debt average is almost $10,000 lower. Even more astonishing is the fact that 62% of students graduating with their bachelor’s degree had zero student loans. Other states came close to Hawaii’s low […]