Vivien Leigh, NEWS CENTER Maine

Vivien Leigh


South Portland, ME, United States

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Recent articles by Vivien:

Medical and research campus planned for Rock Row

The second phase of a $600 million complex is underway at Rock Row in Westbrook, Maine. Next up: a 200,000-square foot medical and research development campus. → Read More

State wildlife officials to expand PFAS testing of deer

Maine wildlife biologists plan to expand testing of deer and other game following the discovery of high levels of the toxic chemicals known as PFAS in deer meat → Read More

'I am not me.' Raising awareness about Dissociative Identity Disorder

A Portland woman is putting a face on what it's like to live with the disorder so more people can get help. → Read More

Raising awareness about Depersonalization-derealization disorder

A Portland woman is putting a face on what it's like to live with the disorder so more people can get help. → Read More

From the streets to the courtroom: Thanksgiving has a whole new meaning for one attorney

Shianne Bowlin who spent years living in her car, is breaking down the stigma of being homeless. → Read More

MaineHealth researchers lead effort to unlock long COVID mystery

Researchers from Maine Medical Center Research Institute will lead the nationwide effort funded by a $1.5 million grant to look into long COVID. → Read More

Maine child sex abuse survivors can now get their day in court

For the first time, under a new law, survivors can file a civil claim against their abusers. → Read More

Kids exposed to prenatal alcohol not being identified early enough, experts say

Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders, or FASD, affects five percent of all kids, according to experts. → Read More

Statewide initiative provides more options for substance use recovery

The Options program is connecting substance use counselors with people struggling with addiction in Maine → Read More

Patients dropped after mental health providers claim Anthem reduced payments

Providers say 'down coding' is leaving them no choice but to drop Anthem patients. → Read More

EPA plan on PFAS chemicals draws criticism

The plan is more promises than action, Mainers exposed to the toxic chemicals say. → Read More

Merck pill could be the first to treat COVID-19

If approved by the FDA, Molnupiravir could ease COVID patient cases and stress on Maine hospitals. → Read More

Blind teacher inspiring new generation of students

K Bolduc lost most of her vision following the removal of a tumor between her eyes. → Read More

Study finds toxic PFAS chemicals in makeup

The highest amounts of PFAS compounds found in makeup where in long-lasting and waterproof products bought at big-box stores in the U.S. and Canada → Read More

Fall is when deer ticks are most active in Maine

Leaf peeping, hunting, hiking are big draws in autumn, but don't let your guard down against deer ticks. → Read More

Putting a face on domestic abuse in Maine

The nonprofit Finding Our Voices is helping break the cycle of domestic violence in Maine → Read More

'This will translate to the real world': Nursing students learn skills through VR

Training for student nurses in hospitals is limited during the COVID-19 pandemic but, students in Maine are using virtual reality to fill that gap. → Read More

Patients with post-Lyme disease flocking to alternative treatments

CDC officials advise talking to your medical provider before trying these alternative treatments → Read More

Better treatments available as COVID-19 cases in Maine surge

Hospitals have more COVID treatment options compared to this time last year → Read More

Second woman accuses Maine priest of sexual abuse

Father Robert Vaillancourt of Maine has denied any wrongdoing. → Read More