In Vermont this year there have been 202 major road crashes resulting in 196 suspected serious injuries and 63 fatalities. The statistics in Vermont and across the country are sobering, but there are steps we can all take to make our roads safer.
You might be surprised to learn that both prolonged sitting or standing can put you at risk for certain health issues. Learn how to balance a bit of both throughout your day to gain the optimal benefits for your health.
Cabbage, the centerpiece for this savory slaw, packs a host of essential nutrients, making this healthy salad the perfect accompaniment to any meal.
Open Enrollment, the annual period when new applicants can use the Vermont Health Connect (VHC) marketplace to sign up for health and dental plans, runs for only 6 weeks this year. Learn how to enroll and how to get help.
Influenza is a very contagious respiratory infection that is easily spread and can result in hospitalization or death. Learn from CVMC infectious disease physician Devika Singh, MD, MPH, what you can do to protect yourself and others.
Prostate cancer is a serious disease – one in seven men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer in their lifetime – but if detected early, it is usually treatable with a 99% five-year survival rate.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness month. Find out how three lifestyle choices – weight management, exercise and limiting alcohol consumption – can reduce your risk of diagnosis or recurrence.
Recent studies on the benefits of mammograms have lead many leading organizations to change their recommendations on when to start getting screening mammograms and how often to have them. Our patient navigator provides some advice to help women decide what is best for them.
The cancer program at Central Vermont Medical Center is partnering with the Barre Town clerk/treasurer’s office and the Vermont Department of Health to distribute free radon-in-air test kits to Barre Town residents from October 16 to November 17.
Thanks to the talents of our own Andrea Triguba, RN, exam rooms in our Women's Health practice have been transformed into miniature art galleries with ceiling tiles that evoke the beauty of Vermont's wildlife and landscapes.