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Physicians and health professionals offer advice on maintaining a healthy heart, staying fit through the later years and watching over childrens' well-being.

Illustration by Martha Hernandez • The Honolulu Advertiser

What your doctor wants you to know
Armed with the latest research from the National Institutes of Health and assistance from some Hawaii physicians, we've gathered a list of things your doctors wish you knew to face your future in the healthiest way possible.
Get your answers from exercise hotline
Health Calendar

Music's old guard gulps and embraces Eminem
Eminem's wickedly offensive but critically acclaimed "The Marshal Mathers LP" received four Grammy nominations yesterday, including album of the year.
Complete list of Grammy nominations

Tube Notes

Mother misses life's simple pleasures
It had been a long while since the last time I visited with JJ, my niece. We sat on her rumpled bedcovers chatting about work, babysitters and raising kids.
Wayne Harada
• Show Biz
On the upbeat with Island musicians
Hapai days are here again for Glenn and Tammy Medeiros. ... Entertainment Weekly pegged eToys' TV commercial, featuring Bruddah Iz's humming refrain from "Over the Rainbow/What a Wonderful World" as one of the past year's Top 10 best.

• Island Sounds
Keiki choir sings its own rainbow
Wayne Harada reviews the following albums: Na Keiki O Kamehameha's self-titled album, Around Again by Nohelani Cypriano and Billy Gonsalves' and his Paradise Serenaders' self-titled album.

An audio clip of the song "We Make a Rainbow" by Na Keiki O Kamehameha, from their self-titled album, available as an mp3 or RealPlayer file

An audio clip of the song "Livin' Without You" by Nohelani Cypriano, from her album Around Again, available as an mp3 or RealPlayer file

An audio clip of the song "Nanakuli" by Billy Gonsalves and his Paradise Serenaders, from their album Paradise Serenaders, available as an mp3 or RealPlayer file

Joan Namkoong
• Market Basket
Holidays bring new products for gift-giving
Gift-giving is year-round in Hawai'i, so if you’re still looking for Island treats to send to Mainland friends and family, here are a couple of ideas.
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