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Q: My daughter had the chickenpox vaccine as a child, so she never had chickenpox. She's now an adult. Should she get a booster? A: That's an excellent question. The chickenpox (Varicella) vaccination has been widely used in the United States since … more
The holidays can be a time of great joy, bringing back cherished memories - and creating new ones in our lives - as we gather with our loved ones to celebrate. But the holidays also can be a time of great emotional and physical stress for any number … more
You want to get fit in 2017, but how? The ultimate squat challenge, or perhaps a mud race? Maybe Crossfit, or, on the other hand, mindful yoga practice sounds nice, too.The fitness industry is ever-evolving, making it more difficult, and often … more
By Reformer Staff Keene, N.H. — Cheshire Medical Center/Dartmouth-Hitchcock Keene offers free Baby Boxes to mothers giving birth at the Medical Center in an effort to reduce behaviors associated with infant mortality. The … more
Sugar. Yep, sugar. Cake, pastries, doughnuts and ice cream. Like visions of sugar plums, these delectables dance in my head, tempting me with their fragrance, their … more
By Bob Audette OK. Really. I don't know how to start this whole thing without just saying "OK." About a month ago I wrote a feature about MamaSezz, a Brattleboro-based company with a production facility in Keene, N.H., that makes … more
Springfield HCRS offers  additional support Health Care and Rehabilitation Services, Vermont's second largest community mental-health agency, is now offering peer support services as a way to enhance the recovery process for clients … more
By Dr. Donna Burkett World AIDS Day was Dec. 1 and is a time to unite in the fight against HIV and support people living with HIV. HIV/AIDS continues to be an urgent human rights and public health crisis, impacting millions in the U.S. and … more
By Deborah Brown, Grace Cottage Diabetes Educator It's true that the holiday season presents extra challenges for diabetics and others with food restrictions, but it's possible to enjoy the special foods you love and keep your sugar in … more
I was recently invited to speak at a Death Cafe in Kingston, N.Y., about grief and the holidays. The Death Cafe is a movement throughout the country where people come together of their own free will to talk about death, loss, end-of-life care, etc. … more
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