Over the last 15 years, the youth sports culture has changed dramatically as parents and coaches are trying to develop their kids into the next big star.
Our Healthy Start segment on the TV5 Morning News today featured Lee White from the Eastern Area Agency on Aging.
Something new for everyone one as we go for some Salsa cardio and fitness with Luis Rivera.
The, free six-class “Cooking Matters” series offered by Healthy Acadia, in partnership with the Beth C.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
Healthy Living – October 20, 2015
As flu season approaches Dr.
If you could transport Doc Holiday from the OK Corral to the modern exam room, few things would probably amaze him as much as the little keyboard and TV screen which now is a fixture in nearly every doctor’s office.
Can We Prevent Schizophrenia? The Promise of Early Identification and Treatment
Know the Five Signs: Increasing Awareness of Mental Health Problems
Heat or Ice?
By: Amy Movius MD
Coffee lovers rejoice – 2015 has been a great year!
The “Little Pink Pill” or “Female Viagra”
This summer has seen two older American statesmen make an announcement to the public regarding a recent diagnosis of cancer.
Newest member of the Healthy Living team, Athletic trainer JP Stowe, shares some Preseason Sports Tips.
Lamp oil contains hydrocarbons; a dangerous substance that is ubiquitous in homes.
Alcohol Abuse – When Do You Cross the Line?
Skin Cancer – Beyond the Basics
Most people have heard about melanoma, which arises from the normal pigment cells of the skin and can be potentially life-threatening if not removed early.