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Food Insecurity, COVID-19 and the Holidays

During the holidays we celebrate in a variety of ways: gathering as families and friends, exchanging gifts, and of course, with food – whether it’s a special dish that has become your family’s holiday tradition, or the act of creating seasonal foods like Christmas Cookies together. But this year, as the COVID-19 pande[...]

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Having a Happy and Healthy Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving is a time when we come together with friends, relatives and loved ones – but this year is different. The COVID-19 pandemic continues to present a serious threat to our community, and we know that private gatherings like dinner parties and game nights have the potential to create high-risk environments for transmission of this [...]

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Turning the Tide Against COVID-19 During Thanksgiving

What we all need to think of before the holiday

COVID-19 is spreading faster and wider in our region than we have seen before. And, with Thanksgiving right around the corner, this opportunistic virus is ready to take a stronger grip on our community if we are not careful. Many of us are thinking about spending time with family and friends we have not seen in person for a long time d[...]

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Tips as We Transition Back to Virtual Learning

With the news that our school systems have made the difficult decision to transition to all virtual learning through the beginning of January, many families are facing numerous challenges – from how the change will impact parents’ work schedules to concerns about how to help children get the most out of online classes and adjust to a[...]

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Having a Safe, Fun Halloween

For both children and adults, Halloween is a special time of year – kicking off the holiday season and giving folks a variety of outlets to express their creativity – from a deftly-carved pumpkin to an inventive costume idea. Halloween will look different this year, but it can still be safe, fun and enjoyable if we plan ahe[...]

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I’m At–Risk for COVID-19. How Do Older Adults Get Care, and Stay Safe?

While we all wish there was a solution to put an end to COVID-19, we are best served to begin adjusting our behaviors, expectations and lifestyle to acknowledge this pandemic will take time to manage and resolve. As we shift to a longer-term acceptance of our new reality, many[...]

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He was concerned about a heart attack, a mix of in-person and telehealth services got him the care he needed

Dan Clark, 65, has lived in Malone all his life. As an insurance and real estate professional, he takes pride in his community and plays an active role in how his hometown grows and changes over time. He’s also taken an active role in leading health care services for the region, serving as a board member at UVM Health Network -- Alice Hyde[...]

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Welcome Back: We’ve Got You Covered

Thank you. As members of the community, you’ve done a remarkable job evolving with the many swift changes across our homes, businesses, schools and health care facilities. This collective action – your sacrifice – has allowed our communities to flatten the curve and avoid a devastating surge to our heal[...]

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Military Service took this Alice Hyde provider to New York City during the COVID-19 pandemic

Family Nurse Practitioner Derek Reynolds, MS, FNP-C has been with Alice Hyde since 1998, when he joined UVM Health Network – Alice Hyde Medical Center as a Licensed Practical Nurse. In his two decades at the hospital, Reynolds has also continued serving his country as a Lieutenant Colonel in the U.S Army Reserve; he has 33 years of armed f[...]

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Providing Great Care in Our Post-COVID World

Thanks to your vigilance and the tireless efforts of health care workers across the North Country, we are all embarking on the next chapter in the COVID-19 pandemic.   This part of the story begins with the New York State De[...]

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