Republican gubernatorial candidate Scott Milne reacted to the news Tuesday that Democrat Gov. Peter Shumlin has made the decision to take the Vermont Health Connect website offline for weeks to make further repairs.
Delicious food, delightful bicycling, and spectacular scenery are in store for all who participate in the 7th Annual Tour de Farms! Scheduled for Sunday, Sept. 21 in Shoreham.
Rutland County businesses and residents are needed to help change the course of breast cancer forever.
NAMI Vermont will sponsor the NAMI Family-to-Family Education Program specifically for family members, partners and significant others of individuals with major depression, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, schizoaffective disorder, borderline personality disorder, panic disorder, obsessive compulsive disorder, and post-traumatic stress disorder.
To celebrate the importance of immunizations for a healthy start and throughout our lives, and to make sure children are protected with all the vaccines they need, the Vermont Department of Health is joining with partners nationwide in recognizing August as National Immunization Awareness Month. The week of Aug. 3-9 will focus specifically on babies from birth through age 2.
Residents living in and around the Vergennes, Vermont community can be screened to reduce their risk of having a stroke or bone fracture. Victory Baptist Church will host Life Line Screening on July 16. The site is located at 862 U.S. Route 7 in Vergennes.
Vermont offers endless naturally beautiful and pristine settings to take a plunge into a cool lake, relax below a waterfall on a quiet stretch of river, or splish-splash in a pond. Swimming is healthy summertime fun for all ages, but it’s important to know water conditions before you go.
Since tractor pulling is a lot more exciting than watching corn grow, it might explain its rising popularity among rural folks. Pull events are a great place for friendly competition, socializing, and lots of bragging rights.
There are few guarantees in life, but you can be sure that mosquitoes will attend all July 4 festivities in Vermont. Anybody celebrating at outdoor parades, cookouts and fireworks can supply a delicious meal to a hungry mosquito.
The Vermont Department of Health is urging Vermonters to get tested for HIV, the virus that causes AIDS.
Compass Music and Arts Center presents a four-week-long East Coast Swing Dancing workshop for beginners. David Allan of Green Mountain Stomp Swing Dancing will teach the proper posturing and connections and six to 12 basic, six-count swing patterns.
For the fourth year in a row, baby poultry from a single hatchery in Ohio are responsible for an outbreak of salmonella infections in Vermont and other states across the country.
Norris Cotton Cancer Center in Vermont
New research confirms a vulnerability to lung cancer can be inherited and implicates the BRCA2 gene as harboring one of the involved genetic mutations.
The Rutland Area Prevention Coalition, which will receive $140,000 next year, and the Winooski Coalition for a Safe and Peaceful Community, which will receive $99,712, are two organizations that are working to coordinate local efforts to make their communities healthier.
With the help of RAM Trucks, Earl’s Cyclery and Fitness, the University Mall of South Burlington and the public, a South Burlington car dealer was able make a little girl’s dream come true last weekend.