Pumpkin season is upon us! It’s time to celebrate one of America’s superfruits. And if you’re ready for a new
Online registration will begin Monday, Nov. 1, 2021, for the 2021 PALS Keiki Kare Winter Program, the Department of Parks
The 16th Annual Stand for Children Rally hosted by Maui Family Support Services will take place on Saturday, September 18,
“The days are long and the years are short.” Some days, we can all agree, seem nearly endless. To bring
A shy child is often sensitive and easily overwhelmed in social scenarios. She may get overwhelmed by direct eye contact
Hawaii has an average of 70 babies born with a confirmed permanent hearing loss each year. Of those 70 babies,
Drama-filled mornings are a drag for mom and any child. Throw in school, and the stress level can quickly rise
Should my child receive the COVID-19 vaccine before returning to in-person school in August? As a pediatrician who has seen
Dear Cici, My 13-year-old daughter’s best friend is wearing skimpy clothing and posting pictures of herself, with butt cheeks hanging
child on the beach top view Playing by the ocean on the weekend is the best activity for the family.
Q: Since we are in Hawaii, does my baby still have to take vitamin D? The AAP recommends that all
It always amazes me how observant my keiki are. When we travel across Maui seeking another adventure, I am often
Dear Cici: My nine-year-old was looking at our wedding photos the other day and noticed she isn’t in them. When
With our busy work and school schedules, we sometimes spend less time with the people who matter most. If you’re
Taking care of your personal and communal space is a fact of life. It helps us be responsible, caring individuals.
Walt Disney once said, “There is more treasure in books than in the pirate loot on Treasure Island.” If your