By Matthew Sadowsky, MA, LPM Even before the pandemic began, more than a quarter of American adults were experiencing depression, anxiety or another behavioral health disorder, according to the National Institute of Mental Health. The stress of the pandemic has only caused those numbers to increase. Recent reports show that more people are seeking mental […]
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By Steven Soriano DO, Lamoille Health Partners Medical Director, Pediatrics Most new parents are familiar with the need to schedule pediatric checkups for their infants. They usually want a little reassurance that the baby is healthy and developing normally. But did you know it’s also crucial to continue to see your child’s medical provider […]
By Hannah Ancel, Director of Community Health Integration Judy Garland said it best in the 1939 film, “The Wizard of Oz.” There’s no place like home. It’s a phrase that resonates with so many of us, particularly older adults. According to a recent survey by AARP, more than three-quarters of adults age 50 and […]
By Sara Davis, DDS February is often the time to indulge in a fancy box of chocolates and other sugary treats in honor of Valentine’s Day. Not so fast. February is also National Children’s Dental Health Month. Dental health for kids an important topic. By age eight, more than half of children have had at […]
By Stuart G. May, President & CEO The average American working a full-time job spends about one-third of their waking life each year at work. Whether you work in the food service or industrial industries, outdoors or at a desk, the workplace can be almost like a second home for many of us. So […]
By Kate Myerson, RDN, CD, CDCES, Lamoille Health Dietician It’s important to strike a balance during the holiday season. You want to enjoy yourself, but you need to be healthy, too. 1. Holiday foods might not be the healthiest — that’s OK We don’t have to approach the holidays with an all-or-nothing mindset. Don’t […]
By Linda Zamvil, MD, Medical Director, Lamoille Health Behavioral Health & Wellness If you feel stressed out about the holiday season, you’re not alone. About one-third of Americans say the holidays are more stressful than they are fun, according to a PBS poll.