What You Need to Know About Hypothermia

What You Need to Know About Hypothermia

When the core body temperature is below 95 °F hypothermia can develop. It happens if the body loses heat faster than it can be produced. In her Catching Health blog, Diane Atwood explains why some people are at risk even if they don't go outside. Read more...

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Cervical Cancer and HPV: Prevention is Possible

Cervical Cancer and HPV: Prevention is Possible

In the United States alone, 27,000 people are diagnosed with an HPV-related cancer every year. That translates to a new case every 20 minutes. As Diane Atwood shares on her Catching Health blog, prevention is possible. Read more...

Pedestrian killed in Rockland



ROCKLAND, Maine

(NEWS CENTER) - Rockland Police tells NEWS CENTER one man is dead and another in custody after pedestrian crash in Rockland Friday night.

Police say 35-year-old Daniel Cormier of Rockland and Owls Head was walking near the Pizza Hut on Camden Street when he was struck and killed.

Rockland officials allege 40-year-old Jeremy S. Stone of Rockport struck Cormier with his vehicle. Police say Stone is currently in the Knox County Jail on felony operating under the influence, felony leaving the scene of an accident involving death and two outstanding warrants from Waldo County.

Police say the crash occurred at approximately 5:30p.m. Friday night. Police seized multiple pieces of evidence. Maine State Police also assisted at the scene.


Tummy Troubles? Avoid These Common Digestive Health Mistakes

Tummy Troubles? Avoid These Common Digestive Health Mistakes

We may not be able to control all of our tummy troubles, but dietitian Patsy Catsos shares some things on the Catching Health blog that we can do to keep our GI system in good working order. Read more ...

 

 

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Blizzards and the Blues: Winter in New England

Blizzards and the Blues: Winter in New England

In the midst of winter — during a week in which three snow storms, one a possible blizzard, are predicted — do you long for spring? 

As I write this, it’s a cold, but beautiful day. The sun is shining and the sky is mostly blue with wispy strands of clouds. The calm before the storm. For some, the promise of a significant snowfall is reason to rejoice. It means skiing and snowmobiling and sledding and building snow forts. Others dread the thought of the driveway, sidewalks and roofs they’ll need to clear.

100+ Women Who Care Southern Maine

100+ Women Who Care Southern Maine

100+ Maine women meet four times a year and each member writes a $50 check to a local charity they have voted on. Find out how you, too, can make a difference.

A Healthy Winter Diet to Nourish the Body

A Healthy Winter Diet to Nourish the Body

Chinese dietary principles stress the importance of eating according to the seasons, as well as our individual constitutions. Catching Health with Diane Atwood has some tips for a beneficial diet for the winter season. Read more ...