The Food and Drug Administration is changing label requirements for sunlamps and UV lamps used in indoor tanning salons.
School nurses like Elizabeth Parris know how quickly illness can pass from kid to kid.
The Vermont Department of Financial Regulation is warning Vermonters to be aware of potential scams regarding Vermont Health Connect.
Officials have released the latest enrollment numbers for the Affordable Care Act Wednesday.
On Saturday, Vermont Health Connect navigators will be hosting statewide public outreach and enrollment events.
A new study is out recommending teens with concussions not only to stay off the field, but also out of the classroom.
The Vermont Health Department is urging testing for childhood lead poisoning.
Knowing your target heart rate as you work out can help you gauge how hard you're pushing yourself.
It's almost time to fall back one hour. Daylight saving time will end the morning of November 3 and that means setting your clocks back.
We're in the middle of flu season, but so far, it's not too bad in Vermont.
Reports say roughly half a million folks have began the process of enrolling in Obamacare.
Football, mild weather, the glorious change in leaves nature offers, there's so much to love about the fall. However, millions of people with fall allergies tell a very different story.
The Green Mountain Care Board (GMCB) has approved Fletcher Allen Health Care's renovation project for a new maternity unit at the hospital.
Danielle LaFleur Brooks and her wife Susan Hand have compared all the plans, and are ready to enroll in Vermont Health Connect.
A new type of flu vaccine will keep you better protected this year.
The Vermont Health Department and the Department of Aging and Independent Living (DAIL) is working together to reduce the number of falls in older adults by conducting life style adjustments and community services.
A new campaign is launching Thursday to fight for paid sick days. It's called: Paid sick Days 2014.
The Vermont Health CO-OP is closing.
Insurance markets can start enrolling patients as part of the Affordable Healthcare Act starting October 1.
Fletcher Allen has received $120,000 in funding from the Lintilhac Foundation.
Vermont students are participating in the Vermont Health Department's Free My Ride campaign which gives students a forum to speak out against secondhand smoke.
A horse in Highgate, Vt. was euthanized Friday after becoming ill from Eastern Equine Encephalitis (EEE).
The start of flu season is still a month away, but pharmacies are already offering vaccines.
According to the Vermont Health Department, more EEE was detected in mosquitoes in Whiting, Leicester, and Brandon swampy areas.
More EEE has been detected in four more Addison County mosquito pools Tuesday.
A call to all blood donors, there are two drives in the coming days.
According to Clinton County Emergency Management, the boil water order for the entire town of Plattsburgh Water System has been lifted.
Coffee lovers, listen up. A new study suggests people under 55 who drink 4 or more cups of coffee a day are more likely to die earlier than others.
The start of the school year often includes a string of shots - children in Vermont are required to be vaccinated - and while it's still a controversial topic - health care providers are looking to have even more kids protected with the immunizations doctors say are critical.
The state of Vermont is trying to keep your children safe from concussions.
Vermont Health Connect has announced the finalized rates for the health insurance marketplace.
A prepackaged salad mix has been linked to the source of a cyclospora outbreak in two states.
If you take vitamins, FOX44 and ABC22 has an FDA warning you need to know about.
A rare stomach bug has been reported in eleven states. Those states are Iowa, Nebraska, Texas, Wisconsin, Georgia, Connecticut, Illinois, Kansas, Minnesota, New Jersey and Ohio.
Doctors are giving out a different prescriptions for common ailments, fruits and vegetables!
Fletcher Allen named top regional hospital for third straight year
Physicians and health experts are warning people about the signs of overexposure to the Sun.
Know the signs of heat exposure danger
One hospital is in need of financial help. North Country Hospital in Newport, Vt. is cutting staff.
Last year was the first time EEE was reported Vermont. Two people in Rutland county died after contracting it. This year officials with Vermont Health and Agriculture have a new plan to monitor mosquitoes.
Healthy snack foods will be coming into all schools and the unhealthy food will be out the door for the 2014-2015 school year.
If homes do flood, Vermont health officials are concerned mold may build up.
Vermont's health department is getting ready for a day of observance.
The third annual golf tournament for epilepsy is being held Monday.
New federal guidelines are changing the way your sunscreen bottle looks, and with summer officially starting tomorrow, we want you to know what to look for so you that you're getting the best protection.
Tucked away from Lake Placid's busy downtown, sits a hospital.
Any idea how many calories are in that Grande Caramel Frappuccino?