In Vermont and across the nation, a spike in the number of COVID-19 cases requiring medical attention threatens to overwhelm hospitals. There won’t be enough care for the critically sick. That’s why staying home during the corona virus will save lives.
COVID-19 is a viral illness that is spread through person-to-person contact or by touching objects and surfaces contaminated with the virus and then touching your mouth, nose or eyes. If you are experiencing any symptoms, it is important to properly “self-isolate."
Nowadays, it seems as though the only thing people are talking about is the Coronavirus, or COVID-19, which brings up a lot of strong feelings of worry and anxiety. Get tips on how to manage our stress and improve your well-being.
Find more information about how to prevent the spread of the coronavirus and steps to take if you or a loved one is experiencing symptoms
Major depression affects heart attack survivors at nearly three times the rate of the average U.S. adult. If you or someone you know is living with heart problems, it’s important to watch for signs of depression and seek help if needed
Managing stress and making choices that contribute to our well-being is a foundation for good health. Learn more about how you can better manage stress.
Preventing heart disease means making smart choices now that will pay off for the rest of your life. Anyone, no matter your age, can take simple steps to keep their heart healthy during each decade of life.
A less invasive cardiac care procedure is allowing patients with a structural heart abnormality called aortic valve stenosis to avoid open-heart surgery, decreasing their hospital stay to just 24 to 48 hours.
As a caregiver, the prospect of helping someone with a heart condition may feel overwhelming. Here are some tips to make this important role easier for you and the cardiac patient in your care.
Feeling cruddy with the flu or maybe a bad cold? Sarah Spengler, RN, offers practical advice about home remedies that can help you feel like you again.