People Living with a Chronic Condition

People Living with a Chronic Condition

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Many Vermonters manage chronic illnesses like asthma, cancer, diabetes, heart or lung disease every day. Find health, wellness and self-management information and guidance for people living with a chronic illness.

Information for You

HIV post-exposure prophylaxis, or PEP, means taking antiretroviral medicines (ART) after being potentially exposed to HIV to prevent becoming infected.

Many Vermonters are affected by falls at some point in their life. People who are 65 years and older are increasingly at risk of falling, and therefore potentially injury. As we age, we are more likely to be injured in a fall.

Resources for families and caregivers using Emergency Medical Services for their children. 

You First is for anyone who lives in Vermont, is at least 21, has (or has had) breasts or a cervix, and meets specific income criteria. 

Learn more about the different types of diabetes, including prediabetes, and the current data and figures on diabetes in Vermont.

Consumers can make informed decisions when choosing a Vermont hospital by using Hospital Report Cards.

 
 

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