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August 30th, 2015

Health

Rabid Skunk Killed in Area of Barre City Middle and Elementary School

On August 17, 2015 Barre City school officials contacted the Barre City police department about a skunk that was acting unusual in the area of the Barre City Middle and Elementary School. The property is 50 Parkside Terrace in Barre, Vermont. A police officer arrived at the school and the decision was made to dispatch the animal. After dispatching...

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The Causes of Dry Eye Go Beyond the Obvious

Burning or stinging feeling in your eyes? Do they feel dry and uncomfortable? You may not be alone. Studies suggest that, in the United States, up to 7.8% of women aged 50 or older and 4.34% of men over the age of 501, 2 experience symptoms of dry eye, a progressive3 eye disease. The symptoms of dry eye vary in severity, but are most commonly descr...

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Wellness Workforce Coalition Provides Peer Support Across Vermont

By Aaron Retherford The effects of Tropical Storm Irene are still be felt in areas of the Green Mountain State. However, not all of those effects are bad. Tropical Storm Irene flooded Vermont State Hospital and washed away housing for 51 residents, who were some of the most seriously ill psychiatric patients in the state. That crisis allowed the Ve...

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CVHHH Selected to Participate in Medicare Pilot Program

By Aaron Retherford Come next year, Central Vermont Home Health & Hospice will be included in some notable company as one of 140 hospice providers in the U.S. participating in the Medicare Care Choices Model. The pilot project expands the availability of care for patients. In this program, patients who are eligible for Medicaid Hospice Benefit...

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Plateau-busting tips for avoiding common workout pitfalls

That stubborn muffin top that does not want to budge, the extra 20 minutes you can’t manage to add to your workout – when plateaus occur they can leave you feeling frustrated and discouraged, and make it even harder to stick to your get-in-shape goals. What’s the secret to beating a plateau? Avoid it in the first place, says Ameri...

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The human touch: Handcrafted items speak to the soul with unique, customized appeal

The quilt handed down through generations, the turn-of-the-century wooden rocking chair made by a long-gone relative, hand-stitched samplers that have graced every home your family has lived in – handcrafted items simply speak to the soul. In today’s society, when we’re surrounded by technology and homogenous machine-made items fr...

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Create a more natural summer with safe, effective household cleaning tips

Sunscreen, bug spray, pool chlorine – some chemicals seem unavoidable when summer arrives but the season should be a celebration of Mother Nature. You can give your family a healthier and fresher summer by switching to natural cleaning products in your home. “Misconceptions persist that natural cleaning is more expensive and less effect...

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Great-looking, flavorful veggies are also good for your eyes

After a long, cold winter, it’s time to celebrate the start of summer with outdoor picnics, activities with friends and family, and by enjoying fresh, seasonal foods. As you put together your menu for your upcoming summer celebrations, you may not realize just how many foods in some of your favorite recipes contain ingredients that benefit th...

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Dueling with dry skin? Why honey is the bee’s knees, head to toe

While winter gets the rap for being hard on skin, the truth is dry, itchy, flaky skin can occur in any season, and all over your body. When you’re looking for an effective, time-trusted treatment for dry skin, it’s hard to beat the moisturizing power of honey. No beauty ingredient has been around longer or provides more natural nourishm...

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Osteoarthritis knee pain? 4 pain-busting tips as the weather warms up

If you’re one of the millions of people who’s been diagnosed with knee osteoarthritis, pain can put a damper on your enjoyment of warm weather activities. “I was always an active person, going to the gym several times a week and working in my garden,” says Mary Ann J. age 58, diagnosed with knee osteoarthritis several years...

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