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Want to Lose Weight? Join Us for “Move to Lose,” Starting September 4!

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The next “Move to Lose” class starts on September 4 and takes place from 5:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. at the Cardiac Rehabilitation at Fletcher Allen, located at 62 Tilley Drive in South Burlington. The cost of the program is $300 for non-Fletcher Allen employees and $225 for Fletcher Allen employees. For additional information or …Read More

New Study: No Link Between Assisted Reproduction Techniques & Autism Related Genetic Events

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These days autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and assisted reproduction are both medical issues that frequently wind up in the media and are becoming ever more commonplace in our lives. The prevalence of ASD in U.S. children aged 6 to 17 years is estimated to be as high as 1 in 50 from recent data. While …Read More

Blood Clots: New Drugs Now Available to Treat Patients

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Now is an exciting time to treat patients who have blood clots. Why? We now have more drug choices approved for treatment. If you have had a blood clot in the lungs (also known as a pulmonary embolism) or in the legs (also known as venous thrombosis) in the past, your doctor had one path …Read More

From the Midwife: How Do I Cope With Morning Sickness?

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During pregnancy, many women suffer from nausea and vomiting – particularly during the early part of a pregnancy. What is commonly known as “morning sickness” starts around the 12th week of pregnancy. And, it does not only happen in the morning – morning sickness may happen at any time of day or night. Morning sickness …Read More

Why Moms Should Breastfeed — & How We Can Help

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  World Breastfeeding Week takes place August 1-7, 2014, and highlights the importance of increasing and sustaining the protection, promotion, and support of breastfeeding. Fletcher Allen Health Care’s new Newborn/Lactation Clinic helps mothers understand how to breastfeed in a healthy and sustainable way. To learn more or to schedule an appointment, please call 802-847-8200. Today, …Read More

New Practice: Fletcher Allen Opens Dental and Oral Health Facility in South Burlington

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I am delighted to be a part of the new Fletcher Allen Dental and Oral Health Care facility opening today. I feel fortunate to be here at an exciting time as we open our doors to dental patients. Fletcher Allen Health Care has a strong commitment to serving the dental needs of Vermonters. I am deeply …Read More

From the Midwife: What is Healthy Weight Gain in Pregnancy?

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Baby weight – it’s a topic that has worried expectant mothers and fueled celebrity magazines for years. How much weight is normal to gain? Let’s change the question. What expectant moms really need to be asking is: how much weight gain is enough for a healthy baby? It’s normal for all women to gain weight …Read More

Heading for the Beach or Shore this Summer? Pay Attention & Use Common Sense to Avoid Health Risks

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Each summer, as the days get hotter, more and more folks pack up the kids and head for the water to bask in the sun, swim, boat, fish, and play. Lake Champlain, as well as Vermont’s many other lakes, ponds, rivers, and streams, provides abundant and diverse water-related recreational opportunities for young and old alike. …Read More

Breast Health: Mammography Has Gone 3D – What You Need To Know

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There has been a lot of buzz recently about three-dimensional mammography, otherwise known as tomosynthesis. While screening mammography is proven to decrease breast cancer deaths, it is far from perfect. Out of every 1,000 mammograms performed, approximately 100 women will need additional testing. Most of these women do not have cancer. When they are called …Read More

Lyme Disease: How to Protect Yourself This Summer

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Summer in Vermont is the season for fresh berries, sweet corn, glorious hikes, swimming in the lake, and, unfortunately, it is also a season to worry about developing Lyme disease. Lyme disease is an infection caused by a bacterium called Borrelia burgdorferi. The bacterium is transmitted to humans through the bite of a deer tick. …Read More

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