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Honokaa wins HHSAA Division II soccer championship – Shiraki MOP

DIVISION II

 

CHAMPIONSHIP

KAPA‘A (13-1)         0          1 – 1

HONOKA‘A (11-2-2)            2          2 – 4

 Goals: Joshua Robinson (Honoka‘a) 29th minute; Justin Warren (Honoka‘a) 32nd; Calvin Rux (Kapa‘a) 45th; Dylan Shiraki (Honoka‘a) 76th; Robinson (Honoka‘a) 77th

All-Tournament Team from the JN Automotive Group/Hawai’i High School Athletic Association Division II Boys Soccer State Championships.

(Selected by tournament staff)

F — Matt Domingcil, Kapa’a

F — Chris Maeda, St. Anthony

F — Josh Robinson, Honoka’a

MF — Landy Eng, Hawai’i Prep

MF — Malachi Kobayashi, Hawai’i Prep

MF — Calvin Rux, Kapa’a

MF — Dylan Shiraki, Honoka’a

D — Robert Connors, Honoka’a

D — Tony Connors, Honoka’a

D — Bryce Mizoguchi, St. Anthony

GK — Maika’i Coelho, Honoka’a

Most Outstanding Player – Dylan Shiraki, Honoka’a

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February 26, 2011 Posted by | Soccer | , , , , , , , , , , | 2 Comments

Meditate 40 minutes a Day can replace antidepressant medication

Just 40 minutes a day can keep the blues away

 Antidepressants have been the mainstay treatment for depression, an approach that has garnered significant criticism over the years from those who believe the drugs are widely overprescribed and unsafe. For example, in some cases, antidepressants appear to actually increase the risk of suicidal thoughts and/or behaviors; certainly not a desired consequence for anyone, but particularly for someone suffering from depression.

Now for some good news: Research is suggesting alternative treatments may be as effective as – and definitely safer than – antidepressant medications. A study published in the Archives of General Psychiatry that suggests meditation benefits depression patients in remission from the disorder.

In the study, patients who learned how to meditate 40 minutes a day instead of taking antidepressant medication were as likely to avoid a relapse as patients taking antidepressants or a placebo (an inactive pill patients believed contained medication to help them control their depression symptoms).

Keep in mind that depression, particularly major depressive disorder, goes far beyond “feeling blue”; symptoms can severely impact home, school and work life.

February 26, 2011 Posted by | Health and Fitness | , , , , , | Leave a comment