Sometimes, it only takes seconds for life to change dramatically. That is all it took for the Cochrane family. A day that began like any other ended in a nightmare and has not been the same since.
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 …
Did you know that a salamander can regenerate nearly every part of its body — without any scars? Why can’t humans? A Maine scientist is working hard to uncover the salamander’s secrets. Find out what he’s learned so far.
Did you see the news that standing desks may be bad for your health? My first reaction was HUH? I took a closer look at the study and also spoke with a spine specialist. Read what I found out.
Dr. Micky Collins says the story that’s not being told about concussions is that they can be treated. Dr. Collins is a world-renowned expert on concussions.
What are you grateful for? In this podcast, researcher Dr. Robert Emmons discusses what gratitude is, how easy it is to find it, and why it’s important to try.
Millions of diabetics develop painful peripheral neuropathy. Discoveries by a scientist at MDI Biological Lab in Bar Harbor may lead to new treatments.
Struggling to keep your New Year’s resolution to lose weight? You’re not alone. But maybe you’re aiming too high. Listen to this advice from strength coach Andy Wight.
There are many unanswered questions about Alzheimer’s and dementia. Peter Baker, with the Alzheimer’s Association in Maine, has some answers in this podcast.
Most people try to avoid ticks when they’re outside. Erick Schadler went looking for them. The St. Joseph’s College senior spent his summer doing tick research.