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We proudly vaccinated 105-year-old Sophie. Her advice? “Get your shot. It’s the thing to do to get rid of this COVID."

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Pretty much everyone has heard of or maybe even tried a fad diet. You’ve probably heard of Atkins, Paleo, and Whole30 and probably many, many more. The list of diets goes on and on. The latest trendy diet is a Ketogenic diet, also known as the Keto diet. Is this diet a dangerous form of
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
Diabetic retinopathy is a disease that affects nearly 8 million Americans and is a leading cause of blindness in adults. In the latest episode of HealthSource Radio, Dr. Christopher Brady talks about the disease. Brady is an ophthalmologist at the UVM Medical Center and assistant professor at the Larner College of Medicine at UVM. Listen to

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