Better posture and a few exercises go a long way
The most common form of arthritis is osteoarthritis (OA), also known as degenerative joint disease (DJD), impacting over 32…
Although it’s been only two years, it seems a lifetime ago that we first heard of the SARS-CO-V2 coronavirus, a.k.a. COVID-19.
We are often told that “exercise is good for you” and to “make sure you are getting enough exercise.” But what exactly does this mean?
Why should I go to physical therapy? Why did my Nurse Practitioner, Physician Assistant or Doctor send me to Physical Therapy?
Most people discover that they become increasingly unsteady and less confident with their balance as they get older. Everyday movements that once felt like a breeze can
A new school year continues to bring new challenges to the Champlain Valley School District (CVSD) in dealing with the continuing COVID-19 pandemic.
Low back pain is an exceedingly common ailment that has been a cash cow for the medical device industry, the pharmacological industry, and individuals who tout scientifically unsubstantiated claims as facts.
As a town, does Charlotte have a culture that says NO to change? As a town, what can we…
As we journey through the COVID vaccination process toward the goal of herd immunity, we know that goal and the percentage of individuals vaccinated are inextricably linked.
Rep. Yantachka saves energy by driving a plug-in hybrid vehicle as well as utilizing his solar tracker to power heat pumps in his home. A solar hot water system also helps him save energy.
Are we there yet? Has there ever been a road trip when that question wasn’t asked? Well, Dr. Anthony Fauci believes “we are at the corner. Whether or not we are going to be turning the corner remains to be seen.”
Among those vaccinated was Charlotter Erick Crockenberg, who is working in Bhutan with U.S.-based company Mountain Hazlenuts, the largest private employer in the country.
Teachers from across the state were lined up outside Champlain Valley Union High School to receive their first dose of their COVID-19 vaccine Wednesday morning.
Vermont health officials have confirmed detection of the COVID-19 variant B.1.1.7—the viral mutation first detected in the U.K. in the fall of 2020. This is the first lab-confirmed evidence of the variant in the state. The variant was detected in a specimen taken from a resident of Chittenden County.
The Community Resilience Survey is out there, and we hope that you have either completed it already or are ready to take a few minutes to do it now. You can access it from your home computer.
The unofficial, but very creative and determined Charlotte COVID-19 Assistance Team met again last Monday, this time totally focused on what this team could do to make sure our town is prepared to provide assistance to our residents when necessary in the future.
It’s alarming to watch the numbers of COVID cases increase exponentially in various parts of our country and one can’t help but wonder when all people will understand what needs to happen to bring this under control.
The Charlotte Children’s Center has seen countless little ones over the years for summer childcare, year-round daycare, and for a small preschool program. Due to COVID-19 and the restrictions and guidelines set forth by the State of Vermont, gone are the carefree summer days of before.
“Testing, contact tracing and isolation” is the new mantra for the COVID-19 age. Each is a critical part of the overall strategy to keep us safe as the economy opens and we begin again to circulate. Of the three, testing is the most poorly understood. Here are some things you should know about what these tests are, how they work and how they should be interpreted.