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HEALTH

Pregnant in the age of coronavirus

4/9/20

GRANTHAM — As she prepares to welcome her second child sometime in the next couple of weeks, Jenna-Lee Doss is trying to stay positive.Doss, a 27...

Child care sought for surge

4/6/20

WEST LEBANON — State officials and child care providers in both Vermont and New Hampshire are scrambling to determine which children of essential...

Vermont and New Hampshire each marked their highest single-day increase in cases so far in the coronavirus pandemic.Vermont reported an additional...

The HIV/HCV Resource Center was having trouble finding a permanent location in Windsor to offer its syringe exchange service, so the nonprofit...

Counselors worried about clients

4/2/20

LEBANON — With schools and many businesses closed, regular appointments canceled and basic staples such as toilet paper hard to find, mental health...

CHARLESTOWN — Retired registered nurse Katie Lajoie was one of hundreds of nurses across New Hampshire to answer a survey the New Hampshire Nurses...

WINDSOR — Leaders of two of the Upper Valley’s critical access hospitals say they’re ready to weather an anticipated surge of COVID-19 patients...

LYME — COVID-19 has divided the Hanissian family, at least physically.Dr. Jeff Hanissian is an emergency department physician at Valley Regional...

WHITE RIVER JUNCTION — The day after Vermont officials announced the first two deaths due to COVID-19, Gov. Phil Scott said he anticipated that he...

SPRINGFIELD, Vt. — Attorneys representing Springfield Hospital in bankruptcy proceedings are seeking “emergency and expedited relief” as the...

Here are the latest developments for our region in the COVID-19 outbreak:Claremont hospital reports patientValley Regional Hospital officials on...

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