At 98, Jim Mardin has led an incredible life, and he intends to keep on living it for several more years. We had our conversation shortly before COVID-19 forced him to stop his three days a week volunteer job. He still drives, takes no medications, enjoys spending time with his girlfriend, and loves sharing stories about his life. He is kind, optimistic, curious, unafraid, and very entertaining.
A grant from the Alfond Foundation will help MaineHealth expand access to cancer care in Maine. In this podcast, cancer specialist Dr. Scot Remick explains how.
Any of these sound like you? Stressed. In pain. Have a chronic illness. Can’t sleep. Worried about the future. How mindfulness and meditation might help.
MaineHealth made a commitment to offer healthier food options. It just got a national award for its efforts from the Partnership for a Healthier America.
Ever been in a food fight? I was in one the other day. Picture this. Plates of warm potato salad. Cups of curried squash soup. Tiny tarts topped with blueberries. Portobello mushrooms filled with stuffing. Now imagine a roomful of people flinging all that food (and lots more) at each other. Some of you are probably […]
Hightailing it isn’t a good thing to do if you’re at risk of falling. Neither is forgetting to take your blood pressure pill or leaving your cane in the car.