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GMO Crops - news, views, reports

Transgenic plants have been engineered to possess several desirable traits, such as resistance to pests, herbicides, or harsh environmental conditions, improved product shelf life, and increased nut...

Ventricular Tachycardia VT

Ventricular tachycardia is a pulse rate of more than 100 beats per minute, with at least three irregular heartbeats in a row. It is a major cause of sudden cardiac death. The condition can develop...

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Tourism and Real Estate are Booming Again on the Big Island of Hawaii, Announces Rebecca Hirsch-Keliihoomalu R(B) of MacArthur Sotheby's International Realty.

Onomea, Hawaii (PRWEB) April 19, 2016 All of Hawaii’s key economic indicators are on the rise and predicted to continue making ...

Hawaii is Ground Zero for Ag Innovation

Hawaii’s farmers have endured their share of challenges in recent years:  Without regard for the opinions of local farmers, GMO activists have pushed for bans on the use of biotechnology; many farm...

Locally Acquired Dengue Fever Confirmed in Hawaii

The Hawaii Department of Health has confirmed 224 cases of locally acquired dengue fever in Hawaii, mostly among Hawaii Island residents. Medscape Medical News

Save 20% on the Electrothermal Electric Bunsen

Electrothermal are offering a huge saving on their Electric Bunsen’s until the end of June. With a maximum temperature of 800°C, the BA6101 Electric Bunsen can be controlled using an MC5 con...

Hawaii lawmakers kill vaccine bill after heated debate

After listening to Hawaii residents speak out against vaccines and saying they cause everything from autism to the Zika virus, Hawaii lawmakers killed a bill to speed up the state's process for adopti...

Hawaii Looks to Allow Psychologists to Prescribe Drugs

State lawmakers are poised to make Hawaii one of a handful of states that allow psychologists to prescribe medication in hopes of increasing access to mental health services. The Hawaii bill would al...

Electric Fork Tricks Taste Buds Into a Salty Sensation

Japanese researchers developed a prototype electric fork that uses an electric current to stimulate the sense of salt on the tongue. Roselle Chen reports. -- Read more on

Can genetically modified mosquitoes save Hawaii’s birds?

The GLP aggregated and excerpted this blog/article to reflect the diversity of news, opinion and analysis. Ecologist Eben Paxton, speaking on a cell phone from somewhere in one of Hawaii’s forests,...

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Hawaii state legislator views on e-cigarettes and likelihood of legislative action.

To examine perspectives on e-cigarette use and regulations in Hawaii through key informant interviews with state legislators.

Physician Survey Assessing Pelvic Inflammatory Disease Knowledge and Attitudes to Identify Diagnosing and Reporting Barriers.

Pelvic inflammatory disease (PID) is a notifiable disease in Hawaii with legal implications for noncompliance. A previous study comparing PID diagnoses in Hawaii's hospitals and state surveillance dat...

Feral Swine Leptospira Seroprevalence Survey in Hawaii, USA, 2007-2009.

Leptospirosis is considered the most widespread of zoonotic diseases. It was a notifiable disease in the United States until 1995 and was reinstated to the list of nationally notifiable diseases in 20...

Sleep patterns in Amazon rubber tappers with and without electric light at home.

Today's modern society is exposed to artificial electric lighting in addition to the natural light-dark cycle. Studies assessing the impact of electric light exposure on sleep and its relation to work...

Multi-Ethnic Attitudes Toward Physician-Assisted Death in California and Hawaii.

As aid-in-dying laws are gaining more public acceptance and support, it is important to understand diverse perceptions toward physician-assisted death (PAD). We compare attitudes of residents from Cal...

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