Fletcher Allen, a Vermont university hospital and medical center, serves all of
Vermont and the northern New York region. Located in Burlington, Fletcher Allen is a regional, academic healthcare center and teaching hospital in alliance with the University of Vermont.
While spring is the perfect time to reinvigorate your exercise routine, getting into shape takes time, commitment and patience. With some helpful tips by Dr. Philip Ades, you can achieve your fitness goals.
Tai Chi can help manage stress, improve sleep, increase energy, lower blood pressure and improve balance. Tai Chi instructor Claire Rutenbeck, RN, shares the benefits of this soothing form of exercise.
At what age does your child need to have a cholesterol screening? Depending on your family history, the age might be younger than you think. Learn more from Dr. Lewis First.
One of the keys to a sharp and reliable memory is practicing intellectual stimulation. Dr. William Pendlebury says that reading, word games, puzzles and engaging in conversation all help promote healthy brain aging.
Dr. Robert Shapiro explains that contrary to popular belief, a migraine is not a headache but rather a recurrent episodic brain disorder that typically also includes symptoms from many other systems of the body.
Beets are high in fiber, rich in iron and low in fat. Kale is an excellent source of vitamins A, C and K. Put these two healthy vegetables together and the result is a colorful salad that is nutritious, delicious and easy to make.
Exercise is about more than keeping in shape. It can help improve your self-esteem, keep your mind off problems and give you a sense of control.
An advance directive is a personal statement of how medical care choices should be made and who should make them in the event a person is unable to communicate. You can help guide your loved one through the process.
The Community Medical School lecture series provides people in the community with an opportunity to share in the medical learning experience.