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.
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.
Got spring fever? And the urge to dash outside and go for a run? Hold your hamstrings a minute and read what my strength coach has to say about that.
Bending over at the waist is a hip hinge. Do it wrong and you could hurt your back. We’ve got some demos that show you how to practice doing it the right way.
What’s one thing good athletes have in common? Strong glutes! We’ve got some tips on how to strengthen yours and hopefully, prevent some injuries.
Kelly McGaughey’s life mission is to change lives. As program director for the Travis Mills Foundation, she does it every day. She explains how in this podcast.
To most of us, fruit flies are obnoxious. To Dr. Vicki Losick, a Maine researcher, they may pave the way towards new wound healing treatments for humans.
Children may be resilient but illness or injury can have a big impact on their coping skills. Read how the right book could help them through a difficult time.