Learn the secret to healthy living from people in the world who live the longest healthiest lives. Sometimes referred to as the “Blue Zones,” these health seekers don’t diet or count calories, rather their cultures are steeped in a culinary lifestyle that supports living long, healthy lives.
February is when the American Heart Association (AHA) goes red for women. National Wear Red day is on Friday, February 2, 2018 and the goal is to raise awareness about heart disease being the #1 killer of women. Learn how to prevent and recognize heart disease.
January is Cervical Cancer Awareness Month. Educate and empower yourself to protect your health and that of the ones you love.
Osteoporosis is often called a “silent disease” because you might not know you have it until after you break a bone. Learn more about this disease from CVMC Rheumatologist Teresa Fama, MD.
As we shovel out our walks and driveways from the first significant snowstorm of the season, our physical therapy staff has pulled together some tips to help reduce your risk for injury.
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.