ELEANOR P. LABROZZI PHOTO | With night falling faster these days, Seasonal Affective Disorder can be a problem for old and young alike.
I was speaking with Reporter Editor Ambrose Clancy the other day about a winter affliction that many of us should watch out for: SAD. That’s the acronym for Seasonal Affective Disorder. It becomes pretty common during the dark, cold and dreary months of January, February and March. (more…)
Ticks are the culprit in spreading Lyme Disease, but a new vaccine could go a long way in preventing the illness.
If you can’t easily eradicate ticks or rid the Island of their deer hosts, the medical community has returned to a Lyme Disease vaccine, now that the numbers of people diagnosed with the disease is exploding. (more…)