Accidents happen and some can't be avoided. But others can if only people would follow my mother's advice.
Christina Parrish is in the minority because she survived late-stage pancreatic cancer. Now she tries to give back.
Four and a half months after an aneurysm burst in her brain, Kim Laramy is moving on with her life. That beautiful smile says it all — she is grateful to be alive.
Chest pain. Could it just be indigestion? A pulled muscle? Stress? Or is it a heart attack?
New Year's resolutions already a bust? Maybe you've been going about them all wrong.
The world is weary of COVID. Things seem to be getting better and wham! Another variant, another surge. Dr. Dora Anne Mills likens the surges to winter snowstorms.
When Sam Kelley was diagnosed with Stage 4 cancer, the doctor recommended he get his affairs in order. Sam decided to get a second opinion. That was twelve years ago.
Have you made any New Year's resolutions for 2022 yet? I've got some simple suggestions that don't include getting more exercise.
Sleepy during the day? Awake at night? Your brain's master clock may be out of sync. Learn more.
After nearly two years of not going to the gym, I have started working out again. It feels great!
The holidays are a wonderful time to renew and nourish relationships, but they can also be pretty stressful. You might try being a bit more mindful.
The news about the Omicron variant may be scary, but Dr. Dora Anne Mills says it's not surprising. She shares some strategies for continuing to stay as safe as possible.
Maine researchers are studying whether a common blood pressure medication can help prevent osteoporosis. See if you qualify to participate.
The holidays are supposed to be a joyful time, but if you've lost a loved one it may be a time of struggle and mixed emotions. Whatever you're feeling, it's ok.
As we age, the aortic valve in the heart doesn't always work as well as it once did. It's called aortic stenosis. Learn why it happens and how it can be treated.
Never heard of Chiari? Neither had this Maine family until it was diagnosed in three family members. This is their story.
Hearing loss is a real problem for many people, especially as they age. People often don't want to talk about it, but it's important that we do.
For eight years, Donna Beveridge thought she had Alzheimer's disease. Then one day a new doctor suggested that something else might be causing her symptoms. Sleep apnea.
Vaping. What is it? Why is it considered not safe for teens? How have some manufacturers gotten around FDA regulations?
To care for a loved one after they have died is a sacred task. Doing so changed how one Maine woman views death. Once not able to even talk about it, she now helps other people through the process.
Donna Beveridge tries to exercise regularly and gets a little help from Alexa, her personal assistive device. Age Friendly Saco is offering free devices to older residents in its community.
Danielle Bernier and Tom O'Connor talk about the ups and downs of caring for a loved one with Alzheimer's and how they are trying to do to promote awareness and understanding, as well as help raise money for research and much-needed services.
This honey apple torte recipe always gets high marks in my family. Technically, it's a dessert but I confess, I've been known to have a slice for breakfast.
A-fib is becoming more and more common. What is it and should you be concerned if you have it? When a friend of mine was recently diagnosed, I decided to learn more.
Concerns about COVID's Delta variant and a plea from Maine's hospital chiefs
If you'd love to do yoga, but feel limited because of your age or an injury, let me introduce you to gentle yoga.
In light of a significant increase in cases, Dr. Dora Anne Mills answers questions about COVID-19 testing and treatment.
If you are one of about 50 million Americans dealing with dry eyes, I've got some useful information for you. Such as, why you might need to start doing some conscious blinking.
What an outbreak in Cape Cod's Provincetown is teaching us about COVID's Delta variant. An update from Dr. Dora Anne Mills
Even before COVID kept people away from their hairdressers, there was a trend underway. Going gray. And now, the transformed are emerging in all their glory.
It's time for a short vacation and I'm taking it! There is nothing, nothing like summer in Maine.