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5 Ways to Reduce Holiday Stress

Follow our psychologist’s tips for a more peaceful holiday season.

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Travel Has Changed, But Car Seat Safety Remains

Car crashes are a leading cause of death and injury for children. In many cases, these deaths and injuries can be prevented by use of car seats, boosters, and seat belts. Here are some child passenger safety tips and reminders.

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Hospice Care at Home Empowers Vermonters in their End-of-Life Journey

Program helps Vermonters and their families live well and cope with loss.

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Finding Balance at the Holidays

Experts offer tips to temper big feelings and big appetites.

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Winter Coats & Car Seat Safety

Temperatures are falling and it’s time to start dressing for colder weather. You might be getting your child’s winter jacket from storage or purchasing something to keep a new baby warm. However, winter coats and snowsuits may be dangerous for children to wear in a car seat. Why could a winter coat be dangerous? In

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What You Need to Know About RSV, Flu and COVID Right Now

Viral infections are leading to an uptick in hospitalizations. Experts share tips to keep yourself well.

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House Calls May Be History, but School Calls Are Just Getting Going

For kids in Winooski, a doctor’s appointment doesn’t mean missing class.

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Top 3 Tips to Avoid the Flu

Health care workers are on the frontlines of flu every day. Here’s how they stay healthy.

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Am I Still Protected?

COVID-19 vaccines have gotten a serious upgrade. Two UVM Medical Center experts weigh in on the optimal protection against a fall surge.

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Should I Go To the Emergency Department?

When you’re not feeling well, sometimes it’s difficult to decide where you should go to seek care. The Emergency Department? Urgent Care? Your primary care provider? There are a lot of options, so here’s our advice.

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Home Remedies for Flu

Try some of these home remedies next time you’re feeling ill.

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Kids and Suicide

The pandemic exacerbated mental health issues, but experts are concerned with increasing rates of suicidal ideation in youth.

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Who Gets Screened for Lung Cancer? More Patients Now.

Electronic health record data identifies more people to screen early, potentially saving lives.

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How Can I Get My Child To Eat Better?

A childhood weight management expert answers your top 10 questions.

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7 Tips for Halloween Safety

While Halloween can be a very exciting time for children and parents, it can be one of the most dangerous nights of the year.

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