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BRATTLEBORO — After a year of collecting and analyzing data on the state of aging in Windham County, Windham Aging is releasing the Windham Aging Report. Windham Aging is a collaboration of leaders from organizations that serve older people in Windham County.

Our hearing is so important. It connects us to those we love and enriches our lives. Beyond that, hearing loss is associated with declining health. According to Hopkins Medicine, brain scans show that hearing loss can diminish brain health. Hearing loss can also increase social isolation, di…

Finding places for a drink and an appetizer or a meal while taking in a breathtaking view is part of the New England experience. Here are some of the best places in Southern Vermont to look out on a great view while eating and drinking.

For many of us, the chill of fall and the yellows, reds and oranges of foliage signal the upcoming holidays and the feelings of joy that coincide with family, friends and traditions. It is a time to reflect, give thanks and gather with loved ones.

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BURLINGTON — As experts predict a severe flu season across the country, state health officials are urging Vermonters to take steps now to protect themselves and those at higher risk by getting their flu shot, along with the updated COVID-19 booster.

Did you get your flu shot yet? It’s important for the same reason as your COVID-19 shot. We all know the deadly statistics for COVID. Flu can also wreak havoc on our community.

TOWNSHEND — Grace Cottage Family Health is offering a flu vaccine clinic on Saturday, Nov. 5, from 9 am to noon. Pre-registration is recommended (802-365-4331); walk-ins will be accommodated as space allows.

About a week after my oldest son was born and in the grips of a disorientating new landscape called parenthood, I remember calling my mother in tears, demanding, “Why didn’t you tell me this was so hard?!”


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