Janine Foote, DO

Putting Resolve into New Year’s Resolutions

Putting Resolve into New Year’s Resolutions By Dr. Janine Foote So what resolutions did you make when the clock struck 12:01 a.m. this past Sunday? And how are you doing on them so far during this first week of 2012? Starting the new year with a self-improvement goal is a time honored tradition. You can […]

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Improve Your Health

Improve Your Health The Centers for Disease Control report that roughly 42% of people between age 45 and 64 do no physical exercise, that half the people aged 65-74 do nothing and two thirds of people over the age of 75 do absolutely nothing in terms of leisure time physical activity! Yet in study after […]

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Brattleboro OB/GYN Relocating to Gannett Building

Brattleboro OB/GYN Relocating to Gannett Building, January 17 Brattleboro Memorial Hospital announced today that the Brattleboro OB/GYN medical practice will relocate to the first floor of the Gannett Building, located at the west end of the BMH campus.. The practice will open at the new location on Tuesday, January 17. The practice, which includes Four […]

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Putney Family Healthcare Relocating to New Space

Putney Family Healthcare Relocating to New Space, January 10 Brattleboro Memorial Hospital announced today that the Putney Family Healthcare practice will open in its new location on 79 Main Street in Putney on Tuesday, January 10. Relocation to the new office will provide more space to accommodate new patients of Dr. Kari Dickey to the […]

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Winter Weather Is In The Forecast!

Winter Weather Is In The Forecast! How can you keep your baby safe when it’s cold outside? Here’s some ideas. Remember if you say to yourself, “I wonder if….”  you should do what your heart says is safer. Dressing for Winter Newborn babies need to be protected from the elements. Dress them in several layers […]

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Kari Dickey, DO

The Challenges of Rural Health Care

By Dr. Kari Dickey As strange as this may sound, I remember deciding to be a doctor when I was three years old. I loved trying to help all the little injured animals I found near our family’s house in Keene. Then as I got older, all the kids would come over to my house […]

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BMH Establishes New Family Practice in Brattleboro

Brattleboro Memorial Hospital is pleased to announce the creation of a new primary care practice, Brattleboro Family Medicine, opening on Tuesday, January 3 at 53 Fairview Street in Brattleboro. The practice, comprised of Lauren McClure, M.D., Janine Foote, D.O. and Peter Foote, D.O., will offer personal care for whole families under the umbrella of BMH […]

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Portable Electronics and Video Game Injury Prevention Tips

The use of portable electronics continues to grow.  Have you seen a loved one sitting on the couch using a lap top and thought to yourself that can’t be comfortable? To prevent hand injuries while using portable electronics and video games, ASHT recommends the following safety tips: Tell your child to use a neutral grip […]

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BMH Step Into Action Program Walks the Walk

Brattleboro Memorial Hospital’s Committee for Activities and Recognition of Employees (C.A.R.E.) is literally taking step-by-step approach to fitness with a program that motivates people to walk more. The BMH Step Into Action program provides team-oriented goals and individual rewards that encourage staff members and volunteers to stay in shape by paying attention to how much […]

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This Holiday Season, Make Sure You’re Happy

By Maggie Lake We all have the perfect holiday image in our minds: gifts galore, beautiful decorations and parties, great food, happy children tearing through one perfect gift after another. Maybe we remember our own perfect childhood holidays. We want to recreate them or versions of the stories we see in the relentless commercials and […]

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