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Vermont Naturopathic Clinic opens in Winooski, Vermont

first_imgWinooski Vermont Naturopathic Clinic announces the opening of its new office at 321 Main St., Suite C in Winooski. Naturopathic medicine is founded on a holistic philosophy, combining safe and effective traditional therapies with the most current advances in modern medicine.Naturopathic medicine is appropriate for the management of a broad range of health conditions affecting people of all ages. Vermont Naturopathic Clinic offers office visits and diagnostic testing for health conditions treated by naturopathic medicine, such as acute infections as well as digestive, hormonal, and chronic illnesses. Treatment at Vermont Naturopathic Clinic may include acupuncture, botanical medicine, clinical nutrients and diet, or physical medicine and may also be integrated with conventional medicine. Services at Vermont Naturopathic Clinic may be reimbursed through CBA and Workers Compensation. Discounts are available for City Market Coop members, Blue Cross members, Lake Champlain Chamber of Commerce members and a sliding fee scale is available.The modern office at 321 Main St. has full spectrum and natural lighting and a comfortable waiting room. The entire office is fitted with a high quality sound system and an eclectic selection of music to relax to during your treatment. The office also has a dispensary for natural product prescriptions and a pharmacy downstairs to fill pharmaceutical prescriptions.Vermont Naturopathic Clinic also shares the office with Dr. Jonathan Fenton, an osteopathic physician who specializes in physical medicine. Dr. Sam Russo, N.D., MSAc,, director of VNC, is a naturopathic physician and certified acupuncturist. He is the only naturopathic physician in Vermont to work in the same office with an osteopathic physician.Dr. Russo says, Our goal is for clients to have personalized care in a healthy environment. This bright and beautiful new space will allow us to give clients that kind of experience.For more information, visit www.naturopathicvermont.com(link is external) or call 802.859.0000last_img read more

North Korea flouting nuclear sanctions: UN report

first_imgTopics : The UN Security Council on Monday said an annual 500,000 barrel cap on imports of refined petroleum products had been broken in just the first five months of 2020.A report by the intergovernmental panel said deliveries to the authoritarian state “far exceeded” the ceiling, based on “imagery, data and calculations”.”The Democratic People’s Republic of Korea and foreign-flagged vessels and their owners continued elaborate evasion practices” to illicitly import oil, UN experts said, using the North’s official name. The report did not say which countries had been exporting to North Korea but shipments also included luxury cars and alcohol. North Korea is violating international sanctions aimed at curbing its nuclear program by exceeding a cap on petroleum imports and sending its workers overseas, including a former Juventus footballer, the United Nations said.Pyongyang is subject to a range of restrictions imposed since 2017 that limit its oil imports and ban exports of coal, fish and textiles.It has nonetheless continued to develop its nuclear and ballistic missile arsenal, analysts say, despite three high-profile meetings between leader Kim Jong Un and US President Donald Trump. center_img China and Russia, Pyongyang’s key allies, dismissed the findings, saying they were “based on assumptions and estimations”.The UN report said the North “continued to flout Security Council resolutions through illicit maritime exports of coal, although it suspended such exports temporarily between late January and early March 2020″.Negotiations between Pyongyang and Washington over the North’s nuclear program are at a standstill over disputes on sanctions relief and what the North would be willing to give up in return.The report pointed out that professional footballer Han Kwang Song was transferred from Serie A club Juventus to Al-Duhail in Qatar in January in violation of UN resolutions banning North Korean nationals working overseas.”Although the panel contacted Italy and Qatar on Mr Han’s transfer immediately after the announcement, the transfer has not been cancelled,” the UN report said. The 22-year-forward was paid approximately $607,000 per year by Juventus between 2018 and January 2020, it added.He will receive more than $5 million over the next five years from his new team under a multi-year contract.”The panel reiterated to Qatar the relevant resolutions concerning the case,” the report said.The UN sanctions require member states to repatriate North Koreans working overseas, with a deadline to do so passing in December 2019.But the panel said “only around 40” nations had submitted reports on efforts to send back citizens.last_img read more