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Winter Wellness Starts With a Plan

Winter’s short days and long nights can be festive and busy and stressful and lonely all at the same time. With the first full day of winter officially on Sunday, December 22, it’s time to prepare for the changes that impact every one of us as well as our friends and family members.

Manage Your Diabetes With Community Health’s Self-Management Education Program

Diabetes can be managed and Community Health can put you on a path to a healthier life. During National Diabetes Month in November, Community Health is featuring the team of trained diabetes educators and accessible educational services that are available not just in November, but year round. Diabetes educators help identify the risks that diabetes […]

Community Health Teams Walk Three Saturdays in September

This fall, teams from Community Health are walking with friends, neighbors, families, organizations, businesses and supporters who care about the health and wellness of our community and, specifically to prevent suicide and child abuse and support palliative care. Teams from Community Health’s network of medical, dental and behavioral health practices will be shoulder to shoulder […]

The Importance of Vaccinations

Until recently, many of the infectious foes of our immunizations were in retreat and became nearly forgotten. Unfortunately, we are now seeing a resurgence of these preventable diseases brought about largely by misinformation including the fabricated claim that the MMR vaccine is associated with autism. Numerous studies have revealed that this association is without factual […]

Snow Shoveling Safety

With all the heavy wet snow we’ve received in Central and Southern Vermont over the past few weeks during “Sno-vember”, it is time to remember some important snow shoveling safety tips – especially for the first few shoveling sessions of the season. Here are some recommended tips for shoveling safely:

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