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Freedom Run

By Jessika Garcia
The Epilepsy Foundation of Hawaii (a Hawaii non-profit corporation) is sponsoring the Freedom Run on July 4, 2016. The distances choices are 5k, 10k and a one mile walk starting and ending at Kailua High School.

events DATE: 04/05/16

Move Naturally: Make Time to Move

By Mari-Ela Chock
What if you could burn calories without even thinking about it? You can! Our friends at Blue Zones Project give us tips on how to be more active every day.

fitness DATE: 05/31/16

Family First for Better Well-Being

By Mari-Ela Chock
Did you know? Investing time with family can add up to six years to your life. Blue Zones Project has some tips to help find more time for family.

lifestyle DATE: 06/29/16

Freedom Run 5K, 10K Runs and One Mile Walk

By Jessika Garcia
The Epilepsy Foundation of Hawaii (a Hawaii non-profit corporation) is sponsoring the Freedom Run on July 4, 2016.

events DATE: 07/01/16

Summer Fun at Hawaii State Farm Fair

By Lynn Shizumura
Now in its 53rd year, the annual Hawaii State Farm Fair has been expanded to include more interactive activities for children.

lifestyle DATE: 07/08/16

7 Fitness Tips to Stay Motivated

By Well-Being Hawaii Team
Fitness is for life. Motivate yourself with these practical tips.

fitness DATE: 09/13/16

5 Secrets to Staying Young

By Neal Iwamoto
Five tips for staying young from seniors at the 2015 Hawaii Senior Fair.

lifestyle DATE: 09/20/16

Pushing Boundaries for Well-Being

By Trey Takahashi
The fear of falling, the floor disappearing from beneath you, and zombies…sound scary? Well it all turns into camaraderie, team building, and fun at Coral Crater Adventure Park in Kapolei!

lifestyle DATE: 11/30/16

New Year’s Resolution Check-In

By Craig DeSilva
The Blue Zones Project can help keep you on track with your New Year's resolutions.

health DATE: 02/23/17

5 Ways Reading Improves Your Well-Being

By Nainoa Mau
The Hawaii State Public Library System promotes literacy and provides educational opportunity for Hawaii’s residents through their 50 branches across the state. Each summer, the Summer Reading Program takes place system-wide with reading lists and incentives for adults, teens, children, and even infants.

lifestyle DATE: 07/15/16

5 Ways Reading Improves Your Well-Being

By Nainoa Mau
The Hawaii State Public Library System promotes literacy and provides educational opportunity for Hawaii’s residents through their 50 branches across the state. Each summer, the Summer Reading Program takes place system-wide with reading lists and incentives for adults, teens, children, and even infants.

lifestyle DATE: 05/18/17

5 Reasons To Give Indoor Cycling A Try

By Marysia Wu
Indoor cycling may seem intimidating, but it's a high-intensity, low-impact workout that burns tons of calories. Here are five reasons to give it a try.

fitness DATE: 05/31/17