It’s a wonderful time of the year, especially for kids. To make sure they have fun and stay safe, here are a few holiday safety tips.
Taking your kids trick or treating for Halloween? Here are some important tips to help them have a healthy, safe, and enjoyable time.
Whether you’re a college senior or going to senior college, you can relieve some worry and stress by becoming more financially fit. We have some fitness tips from two experts — one on wellness and the other on money.
If you’re clueless about portion sizes — like what does three ounces of food look like on your plate — I’ve got some tips for you. I’ve also got an easy recipe.
Running in the dead of winter isn’t easy but it can be done. Before you head out, take a minute to read these important safety tips from a running expert.
If this is the summer you want to do some hiking in Maine, be sure to plan ahead and follow these simple but important safety tips from some hiking experts.
World Against Toys Causing Harm just released its 2016 “10 Worst Toys” list. One item is a cuddly elephant pillow and another a doll that plays peek-a-boo. Hazardous? Yes. Find out why.
Shoveling pounds and pounds of snow can take its toll on your heart and your back. Catching Health has some helpful tips.
January is quickly coming to an end. How have you been doing with those New Year’s resolutions you made? Need a little support? Yesterday, I was a guest on MPBN Maine Calling. The topic was making and keeping healthy resolutions. My fellow guests were Dr. Victoria Rogers, Director of the Kids CO-OP and Lets Go! and Chris Scott, Associate Professor, USM Department of Exercise, […]