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Bariatric surgery patient Krystal Kebler is shown on a hike in the woods.

“These successful treatments are life-changing”: Amid weight loss drug craze, bariatric surgery remains safe, proven method, Dartmouth Health providers say

– While injectable weight loss drugs have exploded in popularity in the last year, bariatric surgery remains the best long-term treatment option for many living with obesity.

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Before the skies go dark, read these tips for safely viewing the upcoming solar eclipse from Dartmouth Health

Even when the sun is fully covered by the moon, it is never safe to stare directly at the sun.

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Woman holding medicine ball

How the Center for Pain and Spine treats chronic pain

Team members of the Functional Restoration Program work with patients to improve the quality of life and work with practicality in mind.

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food pantry shelf

Where to go if you are in need of food

If you are finding it hard to meet your own or your family’s dietary or nutrition needs, these Vermont and New Hampshire organizations can help. Most accept donations, too.

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WMUR Screenshot of Bill Lee with cardiologist Dr. Chaudry

The story of retired Boston Red Sox pitcher Bill "Spaceman" Lee's return to the mound

After multiple medical centers were unable to treat famed Red Sox pitcher Bill “Spaceman” Lee, Dartmouth Health cardiologist Hannah Chaudry, MD got him back to playing baseball.

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Janet Carroll

Invisible victims

Dartmouth Health employees tackle human trafficking by spreading awareness, providing guidance and giving support to staff and patients.

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Family looking at solar eclipse

Protecting your eyes during the solar eclipse

On April 8th, the skies of Vermont and New Hampshire will go dark. Are your eyes prepared?

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