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Many parents are understandably struggling with what to say and do to help their children process feelings of fear, anger and sadness about racism, injustice and the recent violence around the country. A pediatric psychologist shares advice on helping children become champions for a better world.
A video visit is a secure online appointment between you and your child and their provider using a computer, tablet or smartphone.
While our communities have been rattled from the swift and unexpected changes from COVID-19, the LGBTQ+ population is managing additional challenges. Our LGBTQ+ friends, family and neighbors have faced...
All-Terrain Vehicles (ATVs) are a popular recreational activity and they can be a useful tool for those who own large areas of land or farms, however the UVM Medical Center reports a threefold…
The school year is ending and many summer camps and childcare programs remain closed prompting families to get creative in the way they entertain their children. Home playsets, trampolines, bounce…
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.
Ever since the pandemic began, I have had a lot of ups and downs and mixed emotions. So much of pregnancy is about preparation, and with everything changing so quickly and frequently, it was hard to feel completely ready for the birth of my first child.
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.”