When you have a terminal illness, it can feel as if your life is out of control. Pamela Tapley discovered that with palliative care it’s possible to regain some of that control.
This week in my discomfort zone, I’m pushing my limits as I lift and push a lot of weight. Come along for the workout. Maybe you’ll be inspired to push some limits, too.
Poor nutrition can impact a cancer patient’s treatment and their body’s ability to heal. The Cancer Community Center helps people overcome obstacles to eating.
When my friend Jan found out she had fallopian tube cancer, she was shocked. It happens to many women with GYN cancer. They can be difficult to detect early on.
Practical advice on having difficult conversations with elderly parents about issues regarding care and safety.
I’ve been working with personal trainer Andy Wight for about two months and feel so much stronger and more motivated. Join me in what I call my discomfort zone. This week we’re doing trap bar deadlifts.
Cancer patients and advocates are working hard to add a personal perspective to the ACA debate. Maine cancer patient Stretch Tuemmler shares his story.
Research shows that intensive exercise can benefit people with Parkinson’s disease. A new program in Mid Coast Maine is proving the point. It’s called Rock Steady Boxing.
Eating disorders are complex and often dangerous illnesses. Learn about the most common eating disorders and what to do if you’re worried that someone has one.
After being sick and missing two weeks of exercise I was tempted to give up. Thanks to my trainer’s good advice, I’m back on track.