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The Good Tern Co-op in Rockland will offer a free, two-part online Tai Chi–QiGong class on Wednesdays, February 24 and March 3, from 6 to 7 p.m. The second class will build on the first. All are welcome to join one or both classes....
  • The University of Maine Hutchinson Center, with New Hope for Women of Rockland, will offer an online class called “Intimate Partner/Domestic Violence Intervention Training for Mental Health Professionals” on Tuesday and ...
  • Pen Bay Medical Center and Waldo County General Hospital will hold several online events in the coming weeks: Breastfeeding Support Group, led by a lactation consultant, will be offered on Tuesdays, March 2–30, from 12:30 ...
  • Brien Davis, a primary-care provider who has owned Hope Health Family Practice in Camden for many years, will join Pen Bay Family Medicine on March 1 after he closes Hope Health at the end of February. Davis, who also ...
  • The Maine chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association offers two virtual support groups for care partners of those living with dementia. The Knox and Waldo Counties Virtual Caregiver Support Groups are held monthly and offer …
  • It Takes a Village to Distribute the Bacon
    Allison Lakin and Neal Foley, owners of East Forty Farm and Dairy in Waldoboro, recently needed to cull three pigs and wanted to share the meat with those in need. …
  • MaineHealth Opens COVID-19 Vaccine Clinics
    Maine- Health recently opened COVID-19 vaccine clinics in Belfast and Rockport. Operated jointly by Pen Bay Medical Center and Waldo County General Hospital, the clinics deliver vaccines to those 70 years of age and older and ...
  • Pen Bay Medical Center has adjusted the schedule at its COVID-19 testing facility. The Acute Respiratory Clinic, which conducts drive-through COVID-19 testing at 731 Commercial Street in Rockport, will continue to see patients by ...
  • This year’s “State of Tobacco Control” report from the American Lung Association grades federal and state efforts to reduce tobacco use and calls for policies that will prevent and reduce tobacco use. The report finds that while ...
  • The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recently published new data about Lyme disease revealing that an estimated 476,000 people are diagnosed with and treated for Lyme disease each year in the United States....
  • MaineHealth has begun to offer limited supplies of COVID-19 vaccines to people age 70 and older. Officials stressed that, for now, there will be limited supplies of the vaccine and that demand is expected to far exceed availability....
  • Daniel Saucier leads an ongoing Tai Chi group on Saturdays from 11 a.m. to noon in the gym of the Academy Building, downstairs from the Thomaston Public Library. The classes are appropriate for people of all levels of experience....
  • Journey to Health, an educational outreach program of MaineHealth, will offer free naloxone training from noon to 1 p.m. on Tuesday, January 26. Naloxone is a life-saving medication used to counter the effects of opioids ...
  • Pen Bay Medical Center and Waldo County General Hospital will hold the following virtual events in the coming weeks: A free Alzheimer’s disease support group for those who have loved ...
  • Aging Well in Waldo County, a nonprofit organization established to address the needs of older people, is seeking volunteers to reach out by phone or postcard to every county resident over the age of 80 in an initiative ...
  • In a recent news release, the Maine Department of Health and Human Services emphasized the availability of mental health resources, including through the StrengthenME initiative and traditional crisis support, in light of the demands of ...
  • Pen Bay Medical Center has opened a new, 42,000-square-foot health center on its Rockport campus. All offices are now seeing patients. Before the center opened, PBMC’s primary care practices were scattered across ...
  • Ultraviolet B rays, which are mainly responsible for sunburn, are the strongest in the summer. However, UVB rays can burn and damage skin year-round, especially on reflective surfaces such as snow or ice. Snow reflects up ...
  • Small Intestinal Bacterial Over- growth, or SIBO, is a condition in which normal bacteria colonize the small intestine — where they do not belong — causing uncomfortable, sometimes painful gastrointestinal symptoms, the most ...
  • Volunteers at AIO Food and Energy Assistance in Rockland are currently scheduling phone appointments to discuss fuel and energy assistance for the 2020-2021 winter season. Email energyassistance@aiofoodpantry.org or phone ...
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