You expect your Hawaii hotel to be an oasis. When you stay at a resort during your vacation, you want to escape from reality and spend some time in paradise. Unfortunately, your guest experience may result in an accident and injury.
Thanks to the massive data breaches of Equifax and other credit-reporting agencies last year, hopefully you know better than to click on that link from an unrecognized email or weird-sounding forward from a coworker. Unfortunately, all of the increased attention on cybersecurity means hackers have turned to another source of unprotected data: your health records.
Many people visit Hawaii every year for vacation. In 2016, tourists spent a combined 5,461,879 days on the island of Oahu alone. That number does not even include all the beautiful islands Hawaii has to offer.
Have you ever run into something because you didn’t watch where you were going?
In real life, when something bad happens it is uncommon that one person is 100 percent at fault. The world is random and complicated, and it can take a series of negligent or outright threatening actions from a variety of people to cause a car accident or other violent incident.
When it comes to tourists, Hawaii offers something for every taste. Want to lounge on the beach under blue skies? We have that. Interested in exploring the fascinating mix of cultures that makes Hawaii like no place else on Earth? We have you covered.
With all the training and expertise the average surgical team has, you would think that wrong-site surgeries would be a thing of the past. And yet, these incidents keep happening with chilling regularity in the United States.
The school year is starting up again in Honolulu. Each weekday morning, your kids walk to the bus stop, where they wait for the school bus to pick them up.
For people dealing with a serious medical condition, surgery is generally the last resort, because of all the risks involved. When the operation goes well, you still could have to endure a long, painful recovery. And if there are complications, you could end up permanently disabled.
We all know that holiday weekends are the worst times of the year for drunk driving. Too many people take a three-day weekend as an excuse to drink and drive and put other people in serious danger.