A new study shows that more than half the people in some developing countries could become newly at risk for malnutrition if crop-pollinating animals — like bees — continue to decline.
Reporting on trends in health care-associated infections, an article in U.S. News and World report cites the University of Vermont Medical Center as “one hospital that has been recognized for its initiatives to eliminate health care-associated infections.”
The temperature was 12 below when a busload of UVM students arrived at a nondescript business park off Route 100 in Waitsfield.
Award-winning reporter Wil Haygood delivered a compelling account to a near-capacity crowd on Jan. 20 at Ira Allen Chapel of how he came to find and eventually write the life story of an unheralded White House servant who would become the basis of his bestselling book The Butler: A Witness to History.
Fleming Museum of Art Reopens with "Travelers in Postwar Europe: Photographs by H. A. Durfee, Jr., 1951-53"
The Fleming Museum of Art has reopened for its Winter/Spring 2015 season with an exhibition featuring the mid-century photography of Europe by Burlington physician H.A. Durfee, Jr. who spent a long career in obstetrics and gynecology at Mary Fletcher Hospital, later Fletcher Allen Health Care, in Burlington, Vt., where he ...
Picture this: a classroom full of 9-year-olds are up and moving around, contorting their bodies and waving their arms. But it’s not gym period or even music class getting them moving — these kids are learning math.