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Menopause: How to survive its powerful ups and downs

Menopause is a normal part of a woman's life, but it is a major shift. Hot flashes aren't the only disruptive symptoms — we talk about them all in our podcast.

Foam rolling: Learn how to do it like a pro

Looking for a way to treat your muscles to a good massage? I found one — foam rolling. We have some tips from a physical therapist on the best techniques.

What is phlebitis? How should it be treated?

Phlebitis happens when a vein close to the surface of the skin becomes swollen and inflamed. Untreated, it can lead to a blood clot or a deep vein thrombosis.

Sammy’s Broken Leg: A happy ending book for an unhappy child with a broken bone

Based on a true story, in Sammy's Broken Leg, Sammy breaks her femur and ends up in a spica cast. We see how she and her family make the best of the situation.

Gorham moves naturally toward being the happiest, healthiest community in Maine

A small town in Maine takes on the huge goal of becoming the happiest, healthiest community in the state. It begins by encouraging residents to move naturally.

How not to do a plank

Want to add planks to your exercise routine? Strength coach Andy Wight demonstrates the right way and the wrong way. He also shows us how to add some movement.

Recent Podcasts

How music therapy can do more than just make you feel good

You might think that listening to music is therapeutic. It is, but music therapist Kate Beever takes it to a different level.

Tips on how to keep that resolution to lose weight in the coming year

What's your New Year's resolution? If it's to lose weight, you are not alone. Think you might need some expert advice and support? Listen to this podcast.

A conversation about suicide. Why there are no right or wrong words

If you're worried that someone is contemplating suicide, there are no right or wrong words. What's important is to say something. Learn more in this podcast.

What is palliative care? A conversation with a doctor who has made it her life’s work

Why palliative care is so important, not only for a seriously ill patient but for the entire family. A conversation with palliative care specialist Dr. Diane Meier.

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