Despite federal funding, a South Royalton dental clinic can’t offer services because it lacks dental hygienists.
On the road with the Mitzvah Fund
Four-legged patients get loving, expert healthcare inside Baby Huey, the rolling veterinary clinic operated by the Mitzvah Fund.
Tell Steve Kirsch your Blood Clot Story (but only if you really have one)
Just the latest Internet Fear Fest? Or is there something to all of the online stories about rubbery blood clots being pulled from bodies alive and dead? Steve Kirsch is curious.
Pandemic-era Medicaid benefit extension likely, officials say
The pandemic may be (almost) over, but federal Public Health Emergency Medicaid benefits appear likely to continue, at least into 2023.
RSV surge, result of pandemic masking and social distancing, seen in Vermont
Young children who as infants weren’t exposed to RSV due to social distancing and masking are more vulnerable to it now.
Fed pandemic $$ goes to Connecticut River Valley hospitals
Health care facilities in Springfield, Brattleboro and Wells River will benefit from almost $3 million combined in federal pandemic relief funding.
When families of substance abusers can give no more
The conference is dedicated to Patty, who lovingly cared for her family member with use disorder and schizophrenia for decades, before she was overcome by anxiety and unrelenting depression.
Healthcare fraud prosecutor named chair of Green Mountain Care Board
The lawyer who pursued Big Pharma for the U.S. Attorney’s Office has been named chair of the State of Vermont’s health care industry regulator.
Hearing aids to by insured by 2024
Vermont insurers will cover hearing aids by 2024 – good news for the hard-of-hearing at increased risk of dementia, falls, and depression.
Mosquitoes test positive for West Nile virus in Alburgh
West Nile virus has shown up in Vermont mosquitoes for the first time this year.