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  1. 2014 York Senior Expo Speakers

    Maine Senior Guide has announced the speakers for the York Senior Expo on Wednesday, September 10, at the York Legion Hall, 9 Hannaford Drive, York. The free expo opens at 9 a.m. in the main hall and … Continue

  2. Your Midlife Shakeup – Take Charge!

    Sometimes we choose a midlife shakeup— we learn to scuba dive or become a yoga instructor; we take a long-overdue trip, or lace up our hiking boots and tackle a stretch of the Appalachian Trail. But sometimes, … Continue

  3. Diet and Arthritis: Senior Diet Tips

    Diet and Arthritis is a guest post by Brian J. McGrory, MD, MS, a hip and knee replacement surgeon at Maine Medical Center. The connection between diet and arthritis is powerful. One of the common questions that patients … Continue

  4. Lessons in Injury Prevention for Older Athletes

    Are you a baby boom athlete? Adam Rana, M.D., from Maine Medical Partners – Orthopedics, offers this good advice for injury prevention for older athletes. Oftentimes I hear from my senior patient population, “Dr. Rana, what are … Continue

  5. Last minute gifts for dad: Father’s day ideas

    Father’s day ideas for the frantic! Need a last minute gift for dad? Here are some of our favorite father’s day ideas: Take dad for a picnic to any of the state parks on Father’s Day. All … Continue

  6. Ticks in Maine: Beware Ticks, Senior Gardeners!

    You should be concerned about ticks in Maine, especially if you want to get outside to garden, walk in the woods, or sit on the patio. The two ticks in Maine most common are dog ticks and … Continue

  7. Senior Day Trips: Bus or Train to Boston

    Got the travel bug? Senior day trips can mitigate the peace and quiet of living in Maine. In the height of summer’s hustle and bustle it can be fun to take a trip to the city. Not … Continue