David Aronson is a therapist who works with people struggling with Lyme Disease. He knows first hand how the disease can take its toll on people. His story.
Learn some cooking secrets from the chefs at Eve's at the Garden in Portland, Maine and get their recipe for a delicious Eggs Benedict.
Not sure what kind of sunscreen or which SPF offers the best protection for your skin? Catching Health has the answers.
We're back inside my discomfort zone this week and I'm sore from my workout. That's a good thing, says my strength coach Andy. He tells us why.
Riding a bike is one of life's pleasures. Portland Wheelers gives free rides to people who can't bike on their own. Demand is so high they need more volunteers.
What's more delicious than freshly picked strawberries? Here's the 2017 Catching Health list of where you can pick strawberries in Maine.
Once a lawyer, now a hypnotist, Maggie Clement helps people at the Cancer Community Center manage their pain, their stress and anxiety, and their sleep.
Want something good to feed your kids this summer? Try this recipe for quinoa pizza bites. The Windham/Raymond Cooking Club shows us how easy they are to make.
Have you thought about being a blood donor? There's no time like right now. Here's why WHO and the American Red Cross encourage us to donate during the summer.
Men — this podcast is all about you! We want you to have a long and healthy life, so we've got lots of useful tips for you. It's because we love you AND it's Men's Health Week.
Men, on average, are less healthy and have a shorter life expectancy than women. Here are some tips that are designed to help level the playing field.
Are mushrooms good for you? The quick answer is yes, but many people don't give them a chance. Read about some of the benefits and try a recipe for mushroom sliders.
Some brands of nail polish DO contain potentially toxic chemicals. Read how you can check the safety of your favorite polish.
Three weeks have passed since you started working out. All you feel is sore and you want to quit. Here's why strength coach Andy Wight says you shouldn't give up!
Thirty years after graduating from St. Joseph's College In Standish, Maine, Jeanne Donlevy Arnold gave her alma mater $2 million. Here's why.
Nicole Petit has had diabetes since she was nine. There are always challenges but she still manages to live a life full of love, determination, and adventure.
The ways honeybees are good for us can't be contained in a nutshell. That's what Phil Gaven from The Honey Exchange says. He also shares the goodness of honey.
Lots of people seem to be giving up gluten. Should you? What exactly is it and is it true that you can lose weight if you give it up? Answers from a nutrition expert.
Dr. Patrice Lockhart, medical director of the New England Eating Disorders Program at Sweetser, talks about risks, symptoms, and treatment of eating disorders.
One in 50 people in the U.S. has a brain aneurysm, including Amy Paquette. She shares her story of recovery to give hope and encouragement to others.
Lisa Sharp, who owns Peachy's Smoothie Cafe, shares one of her recipes and some tips for making your own perfect smoothies.
Do you take a multivitamin every day? Is it necessary? Registered dietitian Andrea Paul gives us her answer.
The happiest, healthiest town in Maine? That's what's in the works for Gorham. Learn how the initiative got started and how the town hopes to reach its goal.
It's asparagus season and thanks to my husband Barry, this wonderful vegetable grows right in our backyard. Learn how to cook it to perfection.
Colleen Kelley, who owns Silly's Restaurant, likes to serve a well-rounded menu. She shares a chicken recipe with us that she calls Imperial Thai Fighter.
Joan Lunden got personal at a recent Hospice of Southern Maine Conference. The topic was advance directives — something Joan wished her mother had filled out.
Have insomnia? Sleep specialist Dr. Christopher Hughes talks about common causes and how to break the cycle. Listen to our podcast.
If you're a woman trying to be healthy, we've got all kinds of ideas for you. From getting physical to putting yourself first for once, it's all about YOU.
I asked a friend to share a recipe for Mother's Day. She gave me an old family recipe for piccalilli relish and also gave the gift of her grandmother's story.
How bad are digital screens for our eyes? Optometrist Tim Kearins considers two angles — the effect on vision and how they may increase the risk of eye disease.
You want to get some exercise but you can't decide whether to see a trainer or take a class. Does it matter? I asked personal trainer Andy Wight.