It’s challenging enough for people with chronic conditions to manage their health and navigate a complicated healthcare system. Because of COVID, many people are isolated and disconnected, which creates even more challenges. Harnessing the power of artificial intelligence, a program called Ibis is helping people stay connected and manage their health from home.
Every day we hear the numbers. On this day, Wednesday, April 29, 2020, COVID-19 has been confirmed in 1056 people here in Maine. According to the Maine CDC, 615 people have recovered, 52 have died. But the numbers don’t include everyone. Ericka Dodge Katz, for instance. This is her story.
Another one to add to the list of reasons why you’re not exercising regularly: it’s too cold and dark to exercise. Here’s a bit of motivation for you.
Come on now, winter is over. No more excuses for not exercising. And if you’ve never ever exercised before, you can’t use that for an excuse, either. We’ve got some tips for you.
When Kelly David was diagnosed with two life-threatening heart conditions, she became afraid and depressed. It took a while but she finally decided being afraid was no way to live. When you read her story, you’ll not only cheer her on, you might also be motivated to start moving, too.
Avocados are so good for you. Did you know that? Find out why and also get some tips on choosing and opening an avocado. Oh, and did I mention recipes, too?
Confused about PSA tests? A few years ago, men were told they didn’t need routine screenings because the risks outweighed the benefits. Now, there’s a new recommendation. Here are the facts.
Loneliness is a huge issue for many people, including elderly people. Imagine living in a rural area where access to resources and human contact may be limited. A recent summit focused on the problem and possible solutions.
Men, on average, are less healthy and have a shorter life expectancy than women. Here are some tips that are designed to help level the playing field.
In any kind of health class, you should learn how to live a healthy lifestyle. But if you’re at risk of developing an eating disorder, what you hear in class could be a problem. Here are 10 things to know.