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  1. Senior Farm Share: fresh food for Maine seniors

    March is sign-up time for low-income seniors who want to participate in the Maine Senior Farm Share Program. You can receive $50 worth of fresh produce throughout the season from a participating farm. (Farmers often have trucks … Continue

  2. Minimally Invasive Hip Replacement: Muscle Sparing Surgery

    What’s the difference between a traditional hip replacement and a minimally invasive muscle sparing hip replacement (MS-AL)?  Minimally invasive hip replacement can be a lot easier! Find out more in this blog post by Adam J. Rana, … Continue

  3. Exercise and Bone Health: bones need a workout!

    Exercise and Bone Health. Oftentimes, my patients ask me the question: How does exercise improve my overall bone health? Frequently, they are familiar with the benefits of exercise, in terms of reducing the risk for heart disease … Continue

  4. New Year’s Resolutions for Caregivers

    New Year’s Resolutions for Caregivers. It can especially difficult for people caring for a loved one to even entertain the thought of making some resolutions, let alone keep them. If there is a # 1 New Year’s resolution for … Continue

  5. Best Gifts for Teens, Tweens and Adults!

    Looking for the best gifts for teens? Best gifts for older folks? What about little kids? The first clue is what they like. Although I believe in shopping locally, there’s nothing wrong in googling “best gifts for … Continue

  6. Senior Travel Tips: Planning Ahead

    If you’re looking for senior travel trips, they all sort of fit under one umbrella: plan ahead. We’re happy to share this blog on senior travel trips from Diane Atwood via Advantage Home Care. Have a bag … Continue

  7. prevent hip fracture with these 4 tips

    Prevent hip fracture with these 4 tips. This is important information to share with your loved ones over holiday visits!  Hip fractures are serious injuries that most often occur in people aged 65 and older. Women are … Continue