In today’s Healthy Start, we learned that April is National Occupational Therapy Month!
Mindfulness: More Common Sense than New Age Hype
By:Amy Movius MD
As the promotion of health, rather than just the treatment of disease have become more central in our society, a few core issues repeatedly pop up.
Depression and Diet: Does What You Eat Impact Your Mental Health?
Today is National Doctor’s day, or Provider’s day!
By: JP Stowe, ATC, CSCS – Eastern Maine Medical Center
March is National Athletic Training Month!
in this edition of Healthy Acadia, we learned about Farm Drop, a program that connects you directly to Blue Hill Peninsula and surrounding area producers for quality food shopping and experiences.
Child passenger seats can reduce fatal injury by up to 71 percent for infants and 54 for percent for toddlers, but many children are at risk due to improperly installed car seats.
Can You Hear Me Now?
Parents connecting with other parents, that’s the idea behind the Parent Café.
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.