Patient Information

Keeping you healthy and happy!

Patient Education


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Offsite Website Resources

General Medical Advice

  • familydoctor.org
    Trusted medical advice from the American Academy of Family Physicians
  • healthychildren.org
    The American Academy of Pediatrics Parenting website, full of information on child development, healthy living, and pediatric health conditions.
  • healthvermont.gov
    Health, wellness and chronic disease information from the Vermont Department of Health
  • my.clevelandclinic.org/health
    Comprehensive health database of information on diseases, conditions, treatments, procedures and medications
  • medlineplus.gov
    US National Library of Medicine resource on Health Topics, Drugs and Supplements
  • mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions
    Comprehensive guides on hundreds of conditions
  • diabetes.org
    The American Diabetes Association is a one-stop resource for information on diagnosis, treatment, nutrition, exercise and lifestyle management of diabetes and prediabetes

Mental Health

  • psychologytoday.com/us
    “Find a Therapist” tool to locate a counselor or therapist near you, as well as information on a variety of mental health concerns and diagnoses
  • howardcenter.org/all-programs
    List of all developmental, mental health, substance abuse and recovery programs offered by the Howard Center

Diet and Nutrition

  • eatright.org
    Information on food, health and fitness from the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics
  • nutrition.gov
    A gateway to reliable resources on food, healthy eating, physical activity and food safety.

Travel

  • cdc.gov/travel
    Upcoming international travel plans? Check the CDC website for immunization requirements and travel recommendations.

Local resources

  • agewellvt.org
    Support for the aging population of Northwestern Vermont with their daily needs, with the goal of keeping them active, healthy and independent.
  • navigateresources.net/211vermont
    The Vermont 2-1-1 database contains detailed descriptions of programs and services available to Vermonters that are provided by local community groups, social service and health-related agencies, government organizations, and others.
  • myhealthyvt.org
    Local coordinators connect you with workshops led by health experts who understand your needs because many have faced similar health challenges from losing weight to quitting smoking to managing pain and other long-term health problems.