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Not just another diet program . . . REAL help with long-term weight loss!

Not just another diet program . . . REAL help with long-term weight loss!

Enroll TODAY! Register now for the next 12-week session of the popular Mid Coast Center for Weight & Lifestyle Change. Classes begin Thursday, September 13. Space limited to 16 people. See flyer for more information or visit www.midcoasthealth.com/weightloss.

Social Search. Who’s Winning? Google vs. Bing

Social Search. Who’s Winning? Google vs. Bing

We trust our family and friends – more than any advertisement or endorsement by a faceless reviewer. It’s human nature to listen to and trust the people we know. So it makes sense that organic search is evolving to be socially relevant.

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5 Simple Things Nonprofits Didn't Know They Could Do With Social Media

5 Simple Things Nonprofits Didn't Know They Could Do With Social Media

This week I was fortunate to work with a great room of local nonprofits on the current state of social media and how nonprofits are utilizing these tools. At the end of the event, I heard from a few of the attendees on how surprised they were at some of the things they can do with social media, that they had never heard of before.

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Optimizing Your Business Facebook Page

Optimizing Your Business Facebook Page

Last week we noticed that Facebook is now allowing Page owners to change their username or vanity URL. Before now, the username you chose was permanent – no ifs, ands or buts about it

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X-ray Vision For Maine Health Care Providers

X-ray Vision For Maine Health Care Providers

I was once an x-ray tech at Maine Medical Center. I didn’t have x-ray vision, but I was skilled at aiming a beam of radiation at the appropriate body part. When I first started my training, we developed the x-rays by hand. I still remember the smell of the chemicals in the darkroom. It was a big deal when we switched to automatic processing, but we’d still have to go into the darkroom to unload the film from the cassette and feed it into the processor. Patient’s x-rays were kept in large brown envelopes in the radiology department’s file room. When space got tight old films were carted off to a storeroom someplace else in the hospital.