SVHC Weekly Health Update: May 26

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May 26, 2023

National EMS Week: Where Emergency Care Begins

In the final week of May, we recognize the incredible work of our Emergency Medical Service (EMS) agencies. Without question, the choices and actions made by first responders determine an individual’s outcome long before they reach the hospital. Read more to understand the challenges and opportunities of EMS in your communities.


How To Prevent & Treat Summer Skin Issues

Summer is nearly upon us which means spending more time outdoors. ?Take a look at three of the most common summer skin challenges and how to overcome them.

Difficulty Swallowing?

Why you should turn to a speech-language pathologist for help. Read More

Breast Health News

New guidelines recommend mammogram screenings begin at 40. ?Read More

Struggling with RA?

Finding answers and relief from rheumatoid arthritis (RA).

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SVMC Weekly Health Update: Sept 22

September 22, 2023

How to Prepare & Protect Yourself this Flu Season

Fall in Vermont is undoubtedly beautiful. It does, however, coincide with flu season. Before the leaves begin to change, learn how to best prepare and protect yourself with up-to-date vaccines and boosters.


How to Reduce Your Risk of Tick-Borne Diseases

Thanks to last year’s mild winter combined with the hot, wet summer season, the tick population in our region is thriving. Learn how to enjoy autumn outdoors without the worry of ticks and the risk they pose.

Vaping & Mental Health

Popular cigarette-alternative proving not so harmless . Read More

Healthy Eating for Two

During pregnancy, its quality, not quantity, that counts. ??Read More

Stroke? Act F.A.S.T.

Learning the signs of a stroke can save a life. Read More



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