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Moving the Health Care Needle

From a conference room in the clinic of The University of Vermont Medical Center’s Comprehensive Pain Program, Jon Porter, MD, discusses the challenge of treating chronic pain. The condition can impact every aspect of a person’s life, Dr. Porter notes: work, family roles, social relationships and

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Pumpkin Spice: Beyond the Hype

One of the most popular fall flavors is pumpkin, from pumpkin bread to pie to the ever-so-popular pumpkin spice latte. But, do PSL lovers know what is in each sip? Let’s break down the pumpkin spice latte and try a healthy alternative snack. What’s In Your Latte? A typical, store-bought pumpkin

Food and Nutrition Recipes

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Monkeypox: A Cause for Concern?

Jessie Leyse, MD, MPH is an infectious disease expert at UVM Health Network – Central Vermont Medical Center. What is Monkeypox (MPV)? Dr. Leyse: Monkeypox (MPV) is a rare virus spread through close contact with an infected individual, or contact with contaminated fabrics. The virus is usually

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Care at Home Helps Children Thrive

Henry’s long blond hair bobs back and forth as he tries to hold his head up. Making a series of grunts, the two-year-old squishes up his face as he tries to stand up straight while clutching a giant foam block. Sitting beside him, with a hand on his back and his belly, Andrea Buteau, who has a

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COVID-19 Vaccination: Is it Really Safe for My Kids?

The COVID-19 vaccine is now approved and available for all children ages six months and older. During a recent Facebook Live, University of Vermont Children’s Hospital experts Lewis First, MD, chief of pediatrics, and Rebecca Bell, MD, pediatric critical care physician and president of the Vermont

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Barriers to Care

We asked Marissa Coleman, PsyD, a practicing clinical psychologist and the Vice President of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion at The University of Vermont Medical Center, to share what she thinks people should know about the unique mental health challenges members of historically marginalized

Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Mental Health Anxiety Community Health Depression Environmental Health Stress Suicide Prevention

Focus on Frozen Treats

There’s so much to do in summer, it can sometimes be hard to remember to stay hydrated. But water is critically important to our health: More than half of the human body is comprised of water, and it’s needed for critical functions like digestion. As we go through our day, we need to replace the

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Ask the Expert: How to Talk to Children about LGBTQIA+

Sometimes all the talk around sexual orientation and gender identity can feel overwhelming. So just imagine how your kid feels, especially if they are questioning their sexuality or just plain curious, but afraid to ask questions. Many parents are well-meaning and want to be open and supportive, but

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Men’s Health Cheat Sheet

If you’re a man, you likely are overdue to see a doctor for a checkup, immunization or important health screening. That’s what the statistics suggest, anyway. Studies consistently show that men are slow to seek out health care – even when they’re insured – and that some avoid it altogether unless

Men’s Health Colorectal Cancer Diabetes Vaccines

Fired Up About Summer Grilling!

Summer and cookouts go together like ketchup and mustard. But for some, the seasonal pleasure is tempered by concerns about carcinogens. Luckily, there are tricks to minimize your risk. First, some background: Fat is present in many of our foods; some fats are even essential to good health. But when

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‘Minutes Matter When You’re Dealing With a Stroke’

Darcie Belisle doesn’t remember struggling on the treadmill at cardiac rehab last October. “One minute I’m walking on the treadmill – going through my new rehab routine – and the next I’m sitting in a chair, listening to someone tell me that an ambulance is on the way,” Belisle recalls. “I didn’t

Heart Health Stroke Patient Stories

‘I’m Not Going to Leave Your Side’

Still groggy from the anesthesia, Justin Hart wondered why he couldn’t open his left eye. The 32-year old corrections officer was lying in the post-anesthesia care unit (PACU) of The University of Vermont Medical Center, where he was recovering from a procedure to treat his atrial fibrillation, an

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Clinical Trials Are Best Option for Many Cancer Patients

Bob Sekerak didn’t expect to be surprised by the clinical trial he participated in two years ago. After talking in depth with his physician, Steven Ades, MD, and reading the consent form carefully, Sekerak, who was diagnosed with prostate cancer in 2009, was fully up to speed on the protocols of the

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