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The Seven Days Wellness Issue, 2019 

  • Rob Donnelly | Rev. Diane Sullivan

We're three weeks into 2019, and you've already punted on most of your resolutions to get healthier. Don't despair! Wellness is a long game, not a quick fix. So dry your eyes — though not so much as to incur dry eye syndrome — and get back on that bike. Specifically, the bikes for oxygen interval training at Future Fit, one of many space-age workout devices at Burlington's new high-tech fitness center. Winter got you down? Try some SAD-curbing herbs from Railyard Apothecary. In White River Junction, scientists at the PTSD Brain Bank are working to better understand posttraumatic stress disorder. Meanwhile, we try to better understand Vermont's opioid crisis with a new yearlong investigative series called "Hooked." Finally, self-care is important, so get hygge with it in the wood-fired saunas and hot tubs at WilloBurke Boutique Inn + Nordic Spa.

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Pamela Polston is the cofounder, coeditor and associate publisher of Seven Days. In 2015, she was inducted into the New England Newspaper Hall of Fame.


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