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Public Health Pulse

  1. Native Hawaiian groups meet community need during COVID-19

    The COVID-19 pandemic has worsened many of the problems faced by Native Hawaiian communities, but in a new paper, public health researchers detail the numerous efforts of Native Hawaiian-led groups that show these communities’ strength and resilience.

  2. UH Mānoa commencement speaker's steep, slow climb to a PhD

    Amalie ʻAlohilani Monlux described her experience to earn her PhD at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa as a “steep and slow ascent to the top of a mountain” that almost made her turn back several times during her arduous five-year journey.

  3. New research reveals key steps to fight flavored tobacco

    Restrictions on flavored tobacco products are a great way to promote public health, and these restrictions work best if public health experts form partnerships with tobacco retailers, run intensive media campaigns and advocate for comprehensive bans on the products.

  4. UH experts provide COVID-19 insights to athletic teams

    As the University of Hawaiʻi football team gears up for its 2020 season, and other UH athletic teamsprepare for their seasons to begin, experts from the Department of Mathematics and Office of Public Health Studies spoke to teams about keeping themselv