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The UVM Health Network has used video visits to provide a convenient, safe and secure care option to our patients. In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, we have expanded this offering across our primary and specialty care practices.
Have COVID-19 questions about your child's health and safety? These doctors from the University of Vermont Children's Hospital have a few answers.
The poison center gets calls every day—and they have been increasing with more people staying at home and spending extra time cleaning and disinfecting during the COVID-19 pandemic.
I can't even. If you find yourself muttering these words more and more often as the COVID-19 pandemic wears on, you might be suffering from “compassion fatigue.”
Whether it be an illness, injury, or ongoing medical condition that needs attention, please know that our providers across the UVM Health Network are open and ready to provide care.…
Vermont Family Network’s Puppets in Education and UVM Children’s Hospital created this 9-minute video for children to learn what to do if they are experiencing abuse at home.
In this article, I’ll focus on helping children reduce their fears and anxieties during this coronavirus pandemic.
Dealing with the Coronavirus on an ongoing basis can be stressful enough. Factor in being at home with your children for the rest of the school year while still trying to get things done for your job or just keeping the house in order and the stress multiplies.
At a time in life when it’s both developmentally appropriate and culturally expected to seek independence from parents or guardians, teenagers have suddenly been brought back to the nest...
With increased vigilance to prevent infections, parents and caregivers may be considering cleaning their child’s car seat. To do this safely, the first step is to...