Resources for Your Health

Most uninsured Vermonters say they have no coverage because they can’t afford it. Now, thanks to expanded federal assistance through the American Rescue Plan, qualified health plans are more affordable than ever before.

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Anaplasmosis – Another Common Tick-Borne Disease

Lyme disease is often in the news these days, so by now, most people know at least the basics about how it is contracted, what to do if you get a tick bite, and how to avoid it. What about the other common tick-borne disease—anaplasmosis?

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What is Monkeypox?

George Terwilliger

Monkeypox is mainly spread through prolonged skin-to-skin contact and contact with objects, surfaces, and fabrics used by someone who has the disease.

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COVID-19 Treatments – What If I’m Positive?

George Terwilliger

It is thought that over the next few months, most people in Vermont will have become infected with the virus at some point. What do you do if you are positive for COVID? There are different types of treatments available. Your health care provider will help determine which one is right for you.

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May: For Mothers and More

Cynthia Howes

In my role as a Pediatric Nurse Practitioner, one of my greatest joys is supporting and educating all parents as they navigate parenthood.

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Why We Love Being OTs

One of the best things about being an Occupational Therapist is that we get to know each patient—to gain an understanding of what is important to them, what motivates them, and what they hope to achieve.

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What is Integrative Medicine?

Juliette Carr

At its heart, integrative medicine is a practice of listening, flexibility, and willingness to make a plan that can be put into practice as part of a daily routine to help restore balance based on a person’s individual goals. This is your healthcare: it should fit your life.

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Foods that Love Your Heart

Jim Picone, PA-C

During February, we naturally think of hearts because of Valentine’s Day. Building on that theme, February is also American Heart Month, a time to focus on heart-healthy habits.

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