A trip to the ER that Dana Scammon thought would be a quick one turned into an intense fight for her life. She suffered some significant losses in the 45 days she spent in the hospital. Instead of feeling sorry for herself, she’s grateful for what she gained.
Liz wanted to get in shape but didn’t want to go to the gym. Peggy wants to have a career as a personal trainer. Read how they’re helping each other out.
Wondering what to give your sweetie or yourself for Valentine’s Day? (I’m a big believer in giving yourself presents.) Make your gift a little more special by making it yourself. Here are two ideas.
Conversations About Aging is an exciting new Catching Health podcast series. This first episode explains the why behind the series and includes an interview with the man who inspired me to embark on this adventure. Let’s get the conversation started!
Potatoes are comfort food for me, especially when they’re baked or mashed or fried (the way my mother used to). Did you know they’re also nutritious? Get the lowdown and some great cooking tips that don’t include deep frying or lots of butter and sour cream.
Did you know? There is a right way to walk. Learn how and get some easy, helpful exercises from physical therapist Jason Adour.
Does someone you care about seem to be “stuck” and you’d like to help but don’t know how? We have some good advice for you. You just have to listen.
For the past 32 years, a group called H.O.P.E. has brought just that to many people in Maine. Founder Ken Hamilton is now in his 80s but still eager and willing to continue offering his guidance.
Icy surfaces everywhere. That’s winter here in New England. If you worry about falling, here’s some expert advice.
Yes, winter is here and if you’re craving some fresh vegetables, read what registered dietitian Dave Seddon has to offer.