End of Summer Safe Eating

End of Summer Safe Eating

The countdown to fall may have arrived, but there is still plenty of time left to enjoy eating, cooking and playing outside. Here are some simple tips and strategies for handling and storing food so the fun can keep going on both before and after your picnic, barbecue, or camping trip. Read more ...

Taking Action Against Pancreatic Cancer

Taking Action Against Pancreatic Cancer

As far back as she can remember, Sarah Swanson liked to hang out at her mother's jewelry store — G. Irwin Co. in Kittery. It's closed now. Sarah's mother Ann Pardoe died at the age of 62 on March 3, 2013, 11 months after she was diagnosed with Stage 4 pancreatic cancer. Read more ...

Sex After Menopause

Sex After Menopause

You finally made it through menopause. The problem is along with no more periods you also seem to have no more desire for sex. Take heart. You’re not alone. Read more ...

Moving When You're Elderly: How to make it a smooth transition

Moving When You're Elderly: How to make it a smooth transition

Helen Livingston did not want to pack up her belongings and move out of her condo. "I wish I could have stayed," she told me when we talked on the phone recently. "I was very happy." Read more ...

The Best Blueberry Cake I Ever Ate!

The Best Blueberry Cake I Ever Ate!

We're upta camp and my husband invited our neighbors over for a cup of coffee. "You should make them something delicious with those blueberries we got," he said. "Something like the blueberry buckle my mother used to make." Read more ...

When should you be concerned about memory loss?

When should you be concerned about memory loss?

You can’t remember someone’s name. You misplaced your keys. You forgot to pay a bill. You took a wrong turn on a familiar road. Should you be worried that you’ve got Alzheimer’s disease or some other cause of dementia? Read more ...