National Save Your Vision Month designates the month of March to promote eye health.
Eating Disorder Warning Signs & What To Do
Healthy Acadia and Beth C.
On this week’s Health Start, we discuss the importance of keeping an updated medication list on you at all times.
Avoiding Peanut Allergy with…Peanuts!
By: Michael Johnson, MD – Eastern Maine Medical Center
Retina specialists have progressively shifted away from 20-gauge vitrectomy toward the use of either 23 or 25 gauge vitrectomy in the majority of total vitrectomy surgeries.
Registration is open now for a free, 12-week parenting course being offered through United Cerebral Palsy of Maine.
Debi MCcann, a heart specialist from Eastern Maine Medical Center on our morning show with important information when it comes to protecting your heart.
In today’s fitness friday, we’re joined by Lyn Bragdon, an instructor from Superslow zone.
February 6th through the 12th is Peri-anesthesia Nurses awareness week.
Healthy Living – February 7, 2017
Anthony Tannous, MD – Eastern Maine Medical Center
One of my personal interests since moving to Maine last summer was to learn how to ski, a lifelong goal that I hadn’t been able to pursue because of where I lived.
The 6th annual Hancock County Food Drive begins March 1st and stretches all the way through March 31st.
Obstructive Sleep Apnea: A Non-Silent Epidemic
By: William Sturrock, MD – Eastern Maine Medical Center
Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is a problem that affects about 15 percent of the US population.
It’s now four weeks into the New Year, and some of us may be feeling…less committed.
January is Thyroid Awareness Month and we continued the discussion this week in our healthy start segment.
Central Serous Retinopathy
Healthy Living – January 24, 2017
Michael Johnson, MD – Eastern Maine Medical Center
In Central Serous Retinopathy (sometimes called Central Serous Choroidopathy), fluid builds up under the retina and distorts vision.
Another Fitness Friday segment with the Old Town/ Orono YMCA and they offer Tai Chi classes.
On this morning’s healthy start talking about the importance of a healthy thyroid and what to do if you feel a lump.
Kinesio Tape- Taping Your Head?
On today’s Healthy Acadia, We speak with Tara Young, who tells us about ASIST, an acronym for Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training.