(left to right) Matt Schibley, Michael Luciani, Caleb Clark, Jesse Eldridge and Stephen Washkevich

BMH’s New DaddyViews Blog Hits Fatherhood From All Angles

BMH’s New DaddyViews Blog Hits Fatherhood From All Angles (left to right) Matt Schibley, Michael Luciani, Caleb Clark, Jesse Eldridge and Stephen Washkevich Brattleboro Memorial Hospital’s new DaddyViews blog launched earlier this month, following a contest to find five fathers who bring a wide paternal perspective to the parenting blogosphere. Daddyviews.com updates several times a […]

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Thomas-H.-Lewis

Don’t Let a Hernia Put a Strain on Your Life

By Dr. Thomas H. Lewis Hernias happen. They happen to overweight, out-of-shape smokers, and they happen to highly trained athletes. They happen to persons who strain too much while lifting, and they happen to those who merely sit in a chair. While they are more common in men, they also occur frequently in pregnant women. […]

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Fresh Start Tobacco Cessation Workshop at BMH Starts November 27

Brattleboro Memorial Hospital will host another installment of the “Fresh Start: Tobacco Cessation Workshop” in BMH Conference Room B beginning Tuesday, November 27. The Fresh Start Tobacco Cessation Workshop is a free program open to anyone interested in becoming tobacco free. Terri Kneipp, a facilitator trained by the Vermont Department of Health Access, leads the […]

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Craig Rinder, MD

Clearing Up Confusion About Erectile Dysfunction

By Craig Rinder It was not too long ago that almost all cases of erectile dysfunction were attributed to anxiety, stress or other psychosocial factors. But now we understand that with almost every male who experiences erectile dysfunction, it is caused by a physical or biological problem, and sometimes can be a symptom of a […]

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BMH Announces Groundbreaking for Emergency Department Renovation

BMH Announces Groundbreaking for Emergency Department Renovation Brattleboro Memorial Hospital held a groundbreaking ceremony for the Emergency Department renovation and expansion on Friday, November 9. Construction will start on Monday, November 12. BMH President and CEO Steven R. Gordon stated “This is an exciting time for our community and Hospital family. The State of Vermont […]

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Craig Rinder, MD

Prostate Cancer Screening Still a Life-Saver

By Dr. Craig Rinder At the end of October, I conducted the 10th free prostate screening clinic since I began practicing medicine in Brattleboro. Over the years we have had a growing number of men in the community take advantage of this service and we hope to accommodate more. But one thing we don’t get […]

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Go The Full 40

Do you like November?? It’s the month I was married, so I look forward to the grays and lavenders outside, and the sense that we are winding down the stress on the inside. Foliage just always seems so busy – as if I’m trying to get everything done that I meant to do during the […]

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Surgeons Discuss Joint Replacement Options in Series of Talks

Surgeons Discuss Joint Replacement Options in Series of Talks Southern Vermont Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine will present a three-part discussion series entitled, “A Joint Effort: Conversations about Orthopaedic Surgery and Integrated Care.” During each presentation, the audience will hear about advances in joint replacement techniques from orthopaedic surgeons and patients who have undergone the procedures […]

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Richard A. Fletcher, RN, MSN, FNP

Who Wants to Talk About Men’s Health

By Richard Fletcher When I was asked to write a column about men’s health to help launch Brattleboro Memorial Hospital’s “Beards for BMH” campaign, the first thing that came to mind was how difficult it can be for some men to even talk about their health. It’s not always easy for women either, but it […]

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Christopher D. Appleton, DO

A Pathologist’s Perspective on Healthcare Screening

By Chris Appleton Most pathologists who work in laboratories at community hospitals like BMH don’t have direct contact with the public. Yet when you think about it, our duties actually bring us in contact with nearly all patients and every type of medical condition. Pathologists are frequently referred to as “the doctor’s doctor” because we […]

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