Thursday, February 4, 2016

Global Warming Weather Changes Make Hawaii More Susceptible To Dengue and Zika

Hawaii and the Zika Virus

Already Struggling With Dengue, Hawaii Braces Itself For Zika

 Zika virus transmission could be stopped with dengue fever program, Queensland scientists say

Dr. Neil Rau answers your questions about the Zika virus

The Latest On Zika: Brazil Isn't Sharing Data

Inadequate testing thwarts efforts to measure Zika's impact

Zika virus outbreak in the Americas (2015–present)

New York State to Offer Free Zika Testing to Pregnant Travelers

Unless the public health concerns that result from a change in the Earth's temperatures due to global warming are met with realistic and productive protective measures we in Hawaii are in for a hard time. The Hawaii economy is built on the travel and food service industries which are predicted to diminish in 2016 and a epidemic featuring Zika or Dengue Fever could deal the islands a serious blow.

Monday, January 25, 2016

Hawaii Headlines 01/25/16

1.)  Analyst: LNG Likely Would Save Hawaii Billions

2.)  Syngenta Workers Seek Medical Aid After Pesticide Use on Kauai

3.)  UH Cancer Center asks lawmakers for funding in order to keep National Cancer Institute designation

4.)   Golf course polluting ocean?

5.)   NWS says drought conditions possible by Spring

Hawaii Politics


Last year for personal reasons I put all of my web publishing activities and web sites on hold for a year in 2015 and will now begin publishing Aloha Politics again in 2016.  I will refocus the editorial content to reflect primarily local, (All islands Hawaii.) issues and information.  I have new hosting servers and am using Google+ , facebook, and twitter as a social networking tools.  Please return to see us again!

Monday, October 26, 2015