However and whenever you celebrate the holiday season, I hope yours is filled with joy and love.
Why are college students at risk for mumps? How is it spread? What are the symptoms? I provide some answers on the WCSH6 Morning Report.
Are you at risk for osteoporosis? Are you confused about how to treat or prevent it? In this podcast, Diane asks researcher Dr. Clifford Rosen for some answers.
A recipe for delicious chocolate beet cupcakes to celebrate a birthday and the launch of a beautiful new design for the Catching Health blog.
As we age, the aortic valve in the heart doesn’t work as well as it once did. It’s called aortic stenosis. Learn why it happens and how it can be treated.
Adaptive sports give new life to many people with a variety of disabilities. That includes wheelchair tennis, a program offered by Maine Adaptive Sports & Recreation.
Seven years ago, Earl Cutter began losing his balance. Today, he’s in a wheelchair. He has MSA. Find out what that is and how Earl copes with his new life.
Wear a special hat, suit up from head to toe or cover yourself in bug spray. Warding off summer insects can be a hassle. Some DIY remedies just in case.
When Mary Moskowitz was diagnosed with breast cancer, she decided to take back as much control as she could. She shares her recipe for good health and for a tasty stir fry.
On a recent WCSH 6 Morning Report, we talked about the risks associated with dementia and swallowing problems.