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The Truth About Diabetes

Do you have these misconceptions? Our expert sorts fact from fiction.

Chronic Conditions Diabetes

Blood Tests: What You Need to Know

Spoiler alert: An abnormal result isn’t cause for panic.

Wellness Diabetes Pathology & Laboratory Medicine Primary Care STI

Truth, Myth or Maybe?

7 trendy ideas for reducing blood sugar: Our diabetes expert weighs in.

Food and Nutrition Diet Weight Loss Diabetes

Things I Wish I Had Said to My Dad

Content Warning: This story references suicide, which may be distressing to some individuals. A health care worker reflects on her father’s suicide.

Mental Health Suicide Prevention Patient Stories Depression Diabetes

eConsults Offer New Pathways to Specialty Care

Patients treated sooner with new program bringing specialist expertise into the primary care.

Chronic Conditions Mental Health Innovation Patient Stories Neurological Disorders Depression Diabetes

The Magic Fix for Weight Loss?

Real answers to common questions about the new weight-loss drugs.

Food and Nutrition Diet Weight Loss Diabetes

Hate Leafy Greens? This Recipe May Change Your Mind

Plus 10 reasons to sneak more greens into your diet

Food and Nutrition Recipes Diet Diabetes Weight Loss

Heart Healthy Recipes

To celebrate American Heart Month, our expert shares heart healthy food and recipes... and lots of advice.

Heart Health Food and Nutrition Diabetes Gut Health Recipes Weight Loss

Men’s Health Cheat Sheet

Many men in their 30s and 40s haven’t had a checkup in years. Here’s a men’s health cheat sheet to help you get your health care back on schedule.

Men’s Health Colorectal Cancer Diabetes Vaccines

Mary’s Story: Pediatric Diabetes

My daughter, Victoria, was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes when she was four years old. We were overwhelmed, scared and in shock. From the moment we met nurse Becky in the emergency department, we have been connected to the University of Vermont Children’s Hospital.

Children's Health Diabetes Patient Stories

Are You at Risk for Pre-Diabetes?

Diabetes is a condition in which the body is unable to produce the correct amounts of the hormone insulin, resulting in high blood sugar levels. In the United States, 29 million Americans have diabetes and 86 million Americans have pre-diabetes. With type one diabetes, the body does not make insulin at all because the immune

Chronic Conditions Diabetes Podcasts

Stay Healthy With Diabetes & Pre-Diabetes Resources From Our Health Librarian

March 26 is Diabetes Alert Day. Join us in the 3rd floor lobby at the UVM Medical Center from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. In conjunction with Diabetes Alert Day here are some resources for learning about diabetes and some of the local resources available. Prevention is always better than treatment so if you don’t have

Chronic Conditions Diabetes

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