Archive for January, 2016

  • Maybe This Will Make A Difference In Complying With Recommended Immunizations

    The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has published the Immunizations Schedules, which are the U.S. recommended immunization schedules for children and adults. In their article, “For Everyone: Easy-to-Read Schedules”, they provide schedules which list the age or age range when each vaccine or series of shots is recommended. If your child (birth through 6 years old) or adolescent (age […]
  • I Applaud The Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids Applauding Hawaii For Implementing First Statewide 21 Law

    We’ve made a lot of progress in the past 25 years in reducing tobacco consumption. The good news is that the prevalence of smoking for adults has decreased over this time period from 29.5% to 18.1%. The bad news is that 18.1% of the adult population continues to smoke. As such, we need to really support initiatives that will stop […]