Got a tingling sensation in your thumb and several fingers? You might have carpal tunnel syndrome. Learn more.
At one time, Ernie DeRaps was a lighthouse keeper in Maine. After retirement, at age 80, he became an artist. What do you think he painted? Mostly lighthouses, of course! I hope you enjoy our conversation.
Have you ever done or witnessed something that made you feel sick inside because it violated your moral code? And ever since you seem lost and maybe even broken? There’s a term for what you may be feeling — moral injury — and Volunteers of America Northern New England is trying to do something about it.
Ginny Hoy has been going to the gym regularly for the past 10 years. Even after she had two heart attacks this past year. Survived, I should say. She doesn’t think she would have if she hadn’t stayed active.
This honey apple torte recipe always gets high marks in my family. Technically, it’s a dessert but I confess, I’ve been known to have a slice for breakfast.
Did you know that practicing gratitude can make you happier and healthier? Don’t know where to begin? Some tips from Dr. Robert Emmons, a gratitude expert.
He’s 97, but he hasn’t seen it all yet. That’s because Dr. Bill Taylor has an insatiable curiosity and eagerness to learn new things. And I learned a lot from him, including about windsurfing. He was a champion. In many ways, he still is. Listen now to our conversation about aging.
A list of some Maine orchards that let you pick your own apples. It’s a great way to spend a late summer/early fall afternoon.
Let’s face it. As we age, a lot of things don’t work quite as well as they used to. Balance, for instance, can be an issue. But guess what? There are ways to assess and lower your risk of losing your balance and falling.
Try to imagine living to 98 years old. Mary Hamblen didn’t and yet, it happened. She’s had a good life filled with ups and downs. You just have to go with it, she says. We talked about her life, her thoughts about being older, and her last car, which she misses a lot.