The most common misconception about women and heart disease is that women are at less risk for heart disease than men. The reality is that heart disease is the leading cause of death for American women. Learn about your risk factors and how to live a more heart healthy life.
This holiday season, and all year long, knowing how to choose appropriate toys can help keep your kids safe from toy-related injuries.
We do a lot of planning in life. We plan where we’ll live, go to school, go to work and retire. Teresa Fama, MD, Jonna Goulding, MD, and Jewelene Griffin, RN encourage families to start conversations about planning health care decisions.
Central Vermont Medical Center (CVMC) is offering in-person assistance to community members enrolling in Vermont Health Connect, the state’s health insurance marketplace.
While Halloween can be a very exciting time for children and parents, it can be one of the most dangerous nights of the year. On average, children are twice as likely to be hit by a car and killed on Halloween as on any other day of the year.
After a successful first year at Hudson Headwaters Health Network (HHHN) in Northern New York, Larner College of Medicine’s Longitudinal Integrated Clerkship (LIC) will expand to Central Vermont Medical Center in March 2019.
CVMC orthopedic surgeon John "J.P." Begly, MD provides tips on how to keep our joints in good condition through physical fitness, diet and nutrition, posture and stress management.
While the possession of marijuana might be legal for adults in Vermont, CVMC pediatrician Anna Hankins, MD urges parents to remember that marijuana use among teenagers has many harmful effects.
National Suicide Prevention Week is an important time to focus attention on what remains a serious public health concern that all too frequently remains hidden. Learn to distinguish facts from myths and recognize when someone is at risk.
Every two minutes, someone in the U.S dies from sepsis. Sepsis Awareness Month serves to raise awareness about sepsis, including the signs and symptoms, because even just knowing what it is can save someone’s life.