UVM researchers first to map early development of PTSD

Thu Dec 12 15:00:16 PST 2019

UVM researchers first to map early development of PTSD

New research out of UVM could help treat patients with post-traumatic stress disorder. Our Galen Ettlin spoke with one of the authors about the study.

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3rd female sheriff in Vermont history sworn in

Orleans County Sheriff Jennifer Harlow is currently the only woman in Vermont leading a sheriff's department and just the third female sheriff in the state's history.

Entrepreneur with questions? UVM has answers

Are you an entrepreneur with a question? The University of Vermont has answers. Our Galen Ettlin learned more about a mentoring program that's open to all.

Controversial author expected to return to Middlebury College

A controversial author who ignited demonstrations at Middlebury College three years ago is expected to return to campus later this spring.

Conroy pleads guilty to stalking, resisting arrest

A Clinton County lawmaker has taken a plea deal, admitting to charges of stalking and resisting arrest stemming from multiple arrests last fall.

Government: NH tax evader in standoff should not be released

The U.S. attorney's office says a woman who took part in a monthslong standoff with her husband at their New Hampshire home against U.S. marshals in 2007 should not be released from federal prison yet.

 

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