Got Osteoporosis? You Are at Greater Risk for Broken Bones

If you are reading this blog, you probably have some concerns about your health, but the problem of osteoporosis may not be high on that list of concerns. As a consequence of having osteoporosis, you have an increased chance of breaking a bone. We tend to think of broken bones as more of an inconvenience […]

National Midwifery Week is October 4-10! We’re taking the opportunity to thank our incredible midwives — and spread the word about midwives to even more women. We believe everyone should know how much #MidwivesMakeADifference to women and families. Request an appointment online with a nurse midwife at The University of Vermont Medical Center, or call 802-847-1400. […]

Why add broccoli to your plate? Well, it’s a nutrition powerhouse: broccoli is low in calories and rich in essential vitamins and minerals, including fiber. One cup of cooked broccoli offers as much vitamin C as an orange, and is a good source of beta-carotene. Broccoli contains vitamins B1, B2, B3, B6, iron, magnesium, potassium, and zinc. Cauliflower is […]

Julia Wick, MS, LCMHC, will speak at the 18th Annual Women’s Health and Breast Cancer Conference, a free all-day educational event for both the public and providers at all levels. Please join us on October 2. Sessions fill quickly, register today! Read “Healing Through Play, Part 1: How to Use Play With Children After a […]