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.
The winter months can be a difficult time for outdoor exercise, and many people lose their motivation. We’re here to offer some thoughtful advice.
Icy surfaces everywhere. That’s winter here in New England. If you worry about falling, here’s some expert advice.
Yes, winter is here and if you’re craving some fresh vegetables, read what registered dietitian Dave Seddon has to offer.
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.
Got carbon monoxide monitors in your house? Fresh batteries? Winter’s on its way and that means the heat will be on. Make sure you’re not putting yourself at risk of carbon monoxide poisoning.
Got chapped lips? Here’s some expert advice from Dr. Martin Wesolowski, a family physician at Martin’s Point Healthcare.
Hypothermia: When the core body temperature is below 95 °F. It happens if the body loses heat faster than it can be produced. Read these important tips.
It’s easy to get in a funk in the middle of winter. I got a little advice from my friends to help me climb out of mine.
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.