Here’s a list of resources here during these hard times. From Food Pantries to applications for emergency aid for Native Hawaiians and Hawaii residents. (Click here to view list of resources)
We should all be staying at home, social distancing, hand washing, gloves, masks, disinfecting, etc. But very little has been written about the other half of the equation: how to enhance your immune system so that if you are exposed, you can reduce the chances of getting sick—or at least mitigate the intensity of the disease and thus reduce the death rate.
Take a few moments and listen to the wisdom and advice from Hui No Ke Ola Pono’s Medical Director, Dr Heather Haynes, a practicing Internist. (Watch Video)
Ornish Lifestyle Medicine – We do not always have control of our environment, such as exposure to disease and viruses as we are experiencing with the current Covid-19 pandemic. However, we do have control of how we nourish ourselves including our food choices and lifestyle. (Visit page for more info)
Mass emails posing as legitimate medical and/or health organizations, some with attachments supposedly containing pertinent information regarding Coronavirus. (Read the post)
Resources for meals for keiki during this time they out on extended break. During the extended Spring Break period, a total of 38 Hawaii public schools will be providing breakfast and lunch to children who are 18 years or younger. They will be able to stop by one of the designated schools (click here to view list) to pick up a grab-and-go meal.