It seemed as if one day 13-year-old Heidi Fox could run like the wind and two weeks later she couldn’t. The cause was a rare condition called Chiari malformation.
It’s so easy to procrastinate about things, especially when they involve matters you’d rather not think about. Like not being able to speak or act on your own behalf. Or dying. But getting your affairs in order while you still can is a smart thing to do and we’ve got some useful information on how to get started.
If you feel a lump in the palm of your hand, it may be a sign that you have Dupuytren’s contracture. As the disease progresses, one or more fingers begin to curl over. Learn more about risk factors and treatment.
Fran Evans was blessed. Her daughters took turns moving into her home to care for her as she grew older. And now, they’ve written a book about their experiences.
f you’re worried about a loved one’s ability to drive, it can become a challenging situation — for many reasons. That’s when someone like Heather Shields can step in and help. She assesses people’s driving skills and not only makes recommendations but also helps families come up with a workable plan.
Imagine taking cells from a person’s skin and using them to build a new kidney. That’s what’s happening at MDI Biological Laboratory in Bar Harbor, Maine. Someday, the process could save people’s lives.
The environment you live and work in can either enhance your health or put you at risk of certain diseases, such as cancer. Learn the facts about two cancers that have been linked to environmental factors in Maine.
My dad had shingles and ended up with unrelenting nerve pain. That’s why I didn’t hesitate to get the new shingles vaccine. Neither did my husband. It’s not the only vaccine recommended for adults. We’ve got the whole list for you.
A Bill in the Maine legislature would update insurance coverage for colorectal cancer screenings. The updates are in line with new guidelines from the American Cancer Society. Get details about both on Catching Health.
Take it slowly. Don’t overcommit. Words of wisdom from women around the country who are sharing their retirement stories for a new book. Read all about it and get ready to tell YOUR story.