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Your Top 10 Flu Shot Questions Answered

To make sure all our fellow Vermonters are equipped with the information you need to stay healthy, we sat down with Dr. Joshua Plavin, our chief medical officer, to get answers to your top flu vaccine questions.

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Feeling “Off” Lately? 5 signs it’s time to reach out for help

HRA, HSA, FSA: Understanding Health Spending and Saving Account

If you’re feeling a little “off” during the global pandemic, you’re not alone! But how do you know when those feelings are cause for concern? We help you identify the signs.

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Health savings accounts (HSA), health reimbursement arrangements (HRA), and flexible spending accounts (FSA) are simple pre-tax ways for you to use for health care expenses today and save money for the future. But how do these accounts work, and how do you decide which type(s) might be right for you?

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The First Step to Healthy Aging? Medicare!

Integrated Health: Member Stories

A big part of healthy aging is having the right health coverage in place. If you’re age 65 or older, your best path to peace of mind begins with Medicare. 

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It’s no exaggeration to say that our case managers are changing lives: several of our members shared their stories about the tremendous impact the Integrated Health team has had on their healthcare journeys.

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Are You Ready to Start Your Smoke-Free Life?

Climb Out of the Darkness

There are many resources available to assist you on your journey to quit smoking. The most important question to be successful is: are YOU ready?

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According to Postpartum Support International, postpartum depression affects 1 in 7 new mothers and 1 in ten dads. The numbers are even more daunting for people of color, affecting 1 in 3 new mothers.

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A New Path Forward for Chronic Pain


The PATH program's goal is to help participants develop sustainable strategies for living well with the pain that they have. The eight-week intensive outpatient program’s “whole person” approach melds conventional medical and mental health treatment with weekly group work and a full slate of evidence-based complementary and alternative therapies like yoga, acupuncture, massage, and culinary medicine.

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