For the November issue of Hawaii Business, I profile Dustin Metzler, a successful dog-running entrepreneur on Maui. Read more here.
Posts by Ilima Loomis
Read me at: Science News for Students
What do the world’s fastest runners have in common? Symmetrical knees! I cover the latest study proving the importance of bilateral symmetry for Science News for Students. Read more here.
Read me in: Hawaii Business, Nov. 2014
Get ready to ideate! I investigate the process of “design thinking” in the November 2014 issue of Hawaii Business. Read more here.
Read me at: Science.com
Is it a comet or an asteroid? In my first story for Science.com, I cover the discovery of two mysterious objects making a flyby of Earth from the distant Oort cloud. Read more here.
Hawaii’s Self-Publishing Queen
In the October issue of Hawaii Business, I profile Toby Neal, a social worker-turned-novelist who may be Hawaii’s most successful self-published author. Read my story here.
Read me in: Hawaii Business
What are the secrets of Hawaii’s safest hospitals? The answer might surprise you! (Hint: it’s not the technology.) Find out more in my story for Hawaii Business magazine’s October issue, “How Safe Is Your Hospital?”
Meet My Neighbors: Nio Kindla
I was really inspired by my interview with Nio Kindla, a school garden manager for the nonprofit Grow Some Good, for my latest column in The Maui News. Nio does a lot more than teach kids about growing tomatoes and beans: garden lessons are used to teach subjects like economics (learning about “food miles”), Hawaiiana […]
Chronic Pain Twitter Chat!
We had a great turnout for our recent Twitter chat on chronic pain! Patients and health care professionals joined the conversation to share their stories, offer ideas and tips, and discuss some of the latest research into this fascinating subject. (In case you missed my cover story on chronic pain for Spirituality & Health, you […]
Meet My Neighbors: Marie White
Marie White paces along the concrete edge of the Maui Family YMCA pool, eyes sweeping across splashing swimmers, until they fix on a young man who’s stopped at the end of his lane and is hanging on the side of the pool. “What are you swimming? Freestyle?” she calls across the water. “Ok, swim back […]
If you’ve ever wondered about Aquatherics, Watsu, or Healing Dance (or … if you’re wondering about them now), check out my latest “Ask a Practitioner” column for Spirituality & Health here.