Have you ever poured punch at a holiday party and wondered “How many drinks are in this?” Many people are surprised to learn what counts as a drink. Find tips for staying within your limits and drinking safely this holiday season.
All individuals experience physical and mental changes as we age, sometimes so minor that we may not even notice them. Learn what you need to know to stay safe on the road, and how to decide when it is time to turn over your keys.
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.
Comforting others on end-of-life journeys isn’t a role Meghan Couture’s loved ones ever imagined they’d be in, but after Meghan died of a rare cancer, her family created Meghan's comfort bags to support loved ones of patients facing longer-term hospital stays.
Central Vermont Medical Center (CVMC) is offering in-person assistance to community members enrolling in Vermont Health Connect, the state’s health insurance marketplace.
In this final of a three part series, our ergonomic specialist, Kimberly Fuller, PT, provides tips on how to set up your work environment and body position to avoid shoulder problems from prolonged use of your devices.
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.
As a result of the partnership CVMC’s Emergency Department forged with community programs, Washington County was selected to develop a pilot project to address the complexities of addiction that is becoming a model for similar programs around the state.
Did you know that CVMC has made it even easier to get your screening mammogram, and new state laws mean more of the cost is covered! Find out how to make a screening appointment today.
Take your unwanted or expired drugs in to National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day on Saturday, October 27, 2018 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. This event is free and open to the public.