Eating disorders are complex and often dangerous illnesses. Learn about the most common eating disorders and what to do if you're worried you or someone you know has one.
After being sick and missing two weeks of exercise I was tempted to give up. Thanks to my trainer's good advice, I'm back on track.
Scientists at MDI Biological Laboratory discover a tiny molecule that may be able to heal a damaged heart
Heart disease is the leading cause of death around the world. At a research lab on the coast of Maine, scientists have discovered a tiny molecule that shows great promise for damaged hearts.
If you already follow a fitness program, good for you. But if you don't, it's time to get started. We're here to provide some motivation.
Sally Loughridge Busch had a stroke while driving her car. She doubts that she would have recovered or even survived without a network of caring, committed people.
In the spirit of Valentine's Day, Catching Health is having a contest. Check out the beautiful prizes, each designed to help you connect with someone special.
After four weeks of working with Andy Wight, my personal trainer, I'm sore, but I feel stronger. Follow my progress — in my discomfort zone.
Your way of handling stress may not be mine. Knowing the difference can help, especially in the midst of a crisis. One possibly useful tool: Myers-Briggs.
Scientists at MDI Biological Laboratory are using zebrafish to figure out exactly what happens when embryos are exposed to elevated levels of stress hormones.
St. Joseph's College plans to expand its nursing program and create a Center for Nursing Excellence. It just got a major boost from the Harold Alfond Foundation.
How working with a personal trainer is taking me inside my discomfort zone. It's also making me stronger. Follow my workouts.
A new study suggests a link between eating a Mediterranean diet and brain shrinkage. We have some details in this blog post.
In 2011, at the age of 19, Logan Price was diagnosed with schizoaffective disorder. Now he helps others by sharing his story — the challenges and the successes.
There are two main reasons why people lose their motivation to exercise. Learn what they are and get some help finding your motivation again.
Whether they overeat or undereat, food addicts are obsessed with food. Read about one solution that has helped many people finally recover from food addiction.
Still looking for some New Year's resolution ideas and inspiration? Stop right now and read what Jen Boggs accomplished in 2016. High five, Jen!
However and whenever you celebrate the holiday season, I hope yours is filled with joy and love.
When the thermometer dips below freezing, even a few minutes outside can put you at risk of frostbite. Catching Health shares some frostbite dos and don'ts.
The holidays can be especially difficult for people who have lost someone dear — no matter how it happened. If you're having a hard time, I hope this helps.
Right now, 100 children in foster care in Maine hope to be adopted by loving families. Think you're not up to it? A bit of myth busting may change your mind.
Turning flashbacks into memories you can choose to think of or not. That's the goal of a treatment that uses electroacupuncture to help people recover from PTSD.
All those goodies that get eaten over the holidays aren't so great for your teeth. Check out these healthy dental tips.
If you're lucky, whether you have a cold or the flu, you'll recover with no problems. Sometimes, though, the flu can cause serious complications.
Getting old and possibly losing your memories is a frightening thought. I'm encouraged by research that shows our brains may be more resilient than we think.
Miles Zelasko was probably born with Lyme Disease. He wasn't diagnosed until he was six, soon after his mother Celeste was diagnosed. This is their story.
Diabetes is a growing problem. In this guest post, an insurance company says an integrated approach to managing diabetes will improve outcomes and lower costs.
World Against Toys Causing Harm just released its 2016 "10 Worst Toys" list. One item is a cuddly elephant pillow and another a doll that plays peek-a-boo. Hazardous? Yes. Find out why.
The first annual Earl's 5K for MSA drew a big crowd and raised a lot of money for multiple system atrophy (MSA). What's that? Read more on the Catching Health blog.
Why are college students at risk for mumps? How is it spread? What are the symptoms? I provide some answers on the WCSH6 Morning Report.