Black History Month in February is an opportunity for all Americans to reflect on how our country’s racist history drives the health disparities we see today across medicine, which have been exacerbated and illuminated by Covid.
Vermont LGBTQ+ youth stand at the intersection of two groups struggling with mental health challenges. The combination increases risk of serious concerns, and this shows up in mental health stats. But that familiar narrative doesn’t capture the breadth of what’s really happening in LGBTQ+ young people.
Stressed out by money? Worried about keeping up with bills? Can’t bear to face your credit score? Financial concerns can wear us out, layering added burdens onto an already stressful situation. Even short-term hardship can have lasting effects on our credit – and our mental health. Learn how to take control.
As the Omicron variant sweeps through the state, more Vermonters find themselves or a family member testing positive for Covid. What then? Here’s some practical guidance from COVID Support VT clinical psychologist Cath Burns.
With the Omicron variant spreading rapidly across the country and hospitals seeing record numbers of children sick with Covid, parental angst has risen in step. Getting the right information is crucial. A recent livestream Q&A by the University of Vermont Health System helped shed some light on how Omicron is impacting Vermont’s largest hospital.
Want to kickstart your new-year wellness? Looking for inspiration to take charge of your mental well-being? Maybe your self-care resolutions have already faltered, and you want to get back on track. You’re not alone. We’ve got you covered.