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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

5 ways to entertain yourself without breaking the bank

first_imgLook for discounts: My local Regal Cinemas has a Value Day where movies are $5.09 all day long. Have a Regal Cinemas nearby? Find out when your Value Day is here. Don’t have a Regal around? Look for a coupon code here.Head to the library: Books are free to check out (as long as your return them on time) and there’s no better price than $0. Find something exciting to read and your weekend is planned. Don’t feel like reading? Check out your library’s DVD section and watch one of those summer blockbusters you never got around to seeing.Volunteer: When was the last time you spent your weekend doing something for someone else? Head down to the local food bank or find out if Habitat for Humanity is doing anything nearby. Not only will you feel good when you’re done volunteering your Saturday, but you may pick up some skills that you can use in your own home.Find free events: Somewhere in your town there’s something free to do. Grab a newspaper or check the window at your local coffee shop and I bet you’ll find something to do almost every night of the week.Go visit Mother Nature: Last time I checked, going outside was free, so take advantage. Hike a nature trail, head to the mountains, or throw a worm in a pond and catch a fish. These are relatively cheap (if not free) options. Don’t know where to go hike? Check out Recreation.gov. 57SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr,John Pettit John Pettit is the Managing Editor for CUInsight.com. John manages the content on the site, including current news, editorial, press releases, jobs and events. He keeps the credit union … Web: www.cuinsight.com Detailslast_img read more

Bookmakers react to Theresa’s ‘Snap Call’

first_img Andrew Lyman – Brexit is no ‘doom & gloom scenario’ for Gibraltar gambling February 24, 2020 Related Articles Share Smarkets tips Keir Starmer as new Labour leader January 8, 2020 Share Bookmakers have had no time to ease back to work following the Easter Break as  Prime Minister Theresa May this morning called for an unexpected 8 June Snap UK General Election, in order to drive a clean mandate for Brexit.Reacting to the news, the majority of UK bookmakers have slashed the odds on a Conservative Party victory to 1/14 (91% chance of winning).  However, the still divisive matter of Brexit sees the chances of a ‘Hung-Parliament’ (no clear majority) outcome being priced at 5/1, which would severely limit PM May’s future political manoeuvrings.Updating the media, Betfair Spokesperson, Naomi Totten commented on early markets: “The Conservatives had already been the clear favourite to win both Most Seats and an Overall Majority in the next General Election and their odds have further shortened and now have around a 90% chance of both following Theresa May’s statement that she would seek a June 8 date on Tuesday morning.While bookmakers point towards a Tory victory, the Labour Party will start its General Election campaign having been issued the ‘longest odds’ in UK political history, with a number of bookmakers placing Labour at 14/1 to gain victory.Further bad news for the Labour Party sees bookmakers short of confidence for party leader Jeremy Corbyn who has been priced at ½ to be removed of leadership duties on or before the 9 June.Early political forecasts have placed the Liberal Democrats as the party who have the most to gain from the snap election call, but bookmakers note taht the Lib-Dems have a ‘long road to recovery’ pricing the party at 25-1.Issuing a market update Graham Sharpe William Hill Political Lead stated “The next General Election campaign has started badly for us – we face a £23,000 loss if the Election does go ahead on June 8 after the odds for a 2017 Election were shortened from 5/1 to 2/1. We took some £3million on the last General Election, and £5m on the US Election, so we anticipate huge betting interest on a June 8 General Election.”Meanwhile on the supplier side Mitsuya Fujimoto, CEO of Ganapati Malta, said that things are too muddled for business at the moment. He said: “In the wake of Brexit, UK business desperately needs security, stability and a clear vision. Today’s announcement is not going to help to sustain such stability in the short term. However, in the longer term, if decisively won, the General Election would bring Mrs. May a strong mandate to move forwards with her plan to secure the best possible deal for the UK, without distraction.“Britain is, and will continue to remain, the gateway to the rest of the world. It is a stepping stone for Far East businesses like ours seeking to break into and expand within European and American markets. This is why, on deciding where to establish our international headquarters three years ago, the pull of the UK was strong and remains so, despite Brexit. As a UK-based business with a global remit, we hope the UK government can move forwards quickly to provide the country with a clear direction of travel.”The 2017 Snap General Election sees another summer of political hijinks for the UK general public, following 2014’s Scottish Referendum, 2015’s UK General Elections and 2016’s Eu Referendum, in what appears to be becoming a ‘very British tradition!’ Submit StumbleUpon EU research agency demands urgent action on loot box consumer safeguards July 29, 2020last_img read more