Spring’s not far away, I promise! But right now, there’s dirty snow, patches of ice and mud, mud, mud on those warmer days that make us happy. Don’t let all that keep you from getting out. Here’s some inspiration.
Wayne, who’s only 64, confronted some unexpected challenges during a recent job hunt. We talk about that and so much more on Conversations About Aging, a Catching Health podcast.
Conversations About Aging is a podcast about …. aging. I am traveling the state of Maine talking to people 60+ about their perspectives on growing older. Leona, who is 92, lives in the largest city — Portland. There’s plenty to do there but one major challenge makes it difficult for her to get around. It’s not her age.
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!
Icy surfaces everywhere. That’s winter here in New England. If you worry about falling, here’s some expert advice.
You’re getting older and you want to live as long as possible — forever — in your own home. Only it’s no longer safe. Read how a program in Bath, Maine is helping some people by modifying their homes for free.
You don’t have to be an Olympian to enjoy a game of curling. In fact, you’ll find curling clubs in many places, even right here in Maine. Let’s start playing!
Did we learn any lessons from last year’s flu season? Why did fewer people choose to get a flu shot? How would you know if you have the flu? We have some answers from one of Maine’s top infectious disease specialists.
A few weeks ago, I introduced you to Jamaican Burr Gherkins and now I’ve got a few more interesting vegetables to share with you. All from the Farmers Market in Burlington, Vermont.
Did you know that Maine played a significant role in the production of gunpowder during the Civil War? I discovered this bit of history while walking on a beautiful trail in Gorham.