Grief is a natural response to loss and yet how we react can feel anything but normal. We worry that we’re doing it wrong, taking too long, crying too much, feeling too numb. As we’ll find out in Part One of a special series on Living with Grief, there is no right or wrong way to grieve.
I love going to the Farmers’ Market and filling my bags with good food. Check out what’s in season and guess the mystery vegetable.
For years, Luanne Cameron knew her calcium ran slightly high. Only recently did she find out it was a sign that she had a problem with her parathyroid glands. She shares her story so that others won’t go through what she had to.
It’s not normal for your legs to hurt. If you’ve just started a new exercise routine they may be sore for a few days. But if your legs hurt even if you just go for a walk, it could be a sign that you have a vein problem.
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.
A good part of my working day is spent sitting in front of a computer. I try to practice what I preach and move around as much as possible. My new workspace has provided me with lots of opportunities. Let’s go for a short walk together.
More than a year has passed since well-known Maine sportsman and columnist George Smith found out he had ALS. As the disease progresses, it takes things away from him, but his sense of humor and optimistic nature remain steadfast.
A quick trip to the local Farmers’ Market and I came away with some great green and yellow bean lessons and recipes.
Two physical therapists at the University of New England believe that weak pelvic floor and hip muscles both contribute to a common form of incontinence in women. They’ve designed a study and are looking for participants. Read more …
Cats love to play with string and thread, but did you know they can be deadly? I know because my cat Charlotte nearly used up all nine lives at once, thanks to a piece of thread. Read what happened.