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  • Webinar Details New Three-in-One Specialist Visits, Virtual Access for Prostate Patients

    September 04, 2020

    One cancer, with three specialists, can mean multiple appointments in different locations and waiting anxiously in between. Now, men diagnosed with prostate cancer can see a urologist, radiation oncologist and medical oncologist in one visit through an innovative partnership between Hartford HealthCare’s Tallwood Urology & Kidney Institute and Cancer Institute….

  • Quiet, Please! How It Can Help Stop COVID-19

    September 03, 2020

    Shhhhhhh! We’re trying to prevent infection here! Keeping your conversations quiet – or not having them at all! – is the latest suggestion for containing the spread of COVID-19. Dr. Jose Jimenez, a professor at the University of Colorado at Boulder who researches disease transmission, told The Atlantic that loud…

  • The Potential Risk of Using a Mask Bracket During COVID-19

    September 03, 2020

    No one likes wearing masks, one of the recommendations for containing the spread of the COVID-19 virus, but seeking relief…

  • Physician-Scientist: Expediting Vaccine Development Should Not Compromise Safety

    September 02, 2020

    As desperate as the world is to conquer the deadly COVID-19 virus, a significant number of Americans have reportedly said…

  • Chest Pain, Numbness, Sweating: Heart Attack? No, Acid Reflux

    September 02, 2020

    Eric Crane is an active, fit husband and father of two young children, living a pretty normal life in Plainville. But there was nothing normal about twice yearly trips to the Emergency Department for severe chest pains and all the symptoms of a heart attack. Doubled over and immobilized in…

  • More Substance Abuse, More Overdoses in the State . . . And Fewer People Seeking Help

    September 02, 2020

    While Connecticut’s opioid overdose statistics seemed somewhat hopeful in 2018, widespread introduction of fentanyl reversed the trend last year and the COVID-19 pandemic hasn’t finished overloading people with worries feeding addictions this year. Dr. J. Craig Allen, medical director of Rushford, part of the Hartford HealthCare Behavioral Health Network, marked…

  • Hartford Hospital Study: Pepcid, a Heartburn Medication, Helped Some COVID-19 Patients

    September 02, 2020

    The over-the-counter heartburn medication Pepcid might be one of the oddest answers to the COVID-19 question, with a preliminary Hartford Hospital research study showing benefit for patients with the virus. Dr. Raymond McKay, a cardiologist at the Hartford HealthCare (HHC) Heart & Vascular Institute, is the primary investigator of the…

  • IOL To Host Eighth World Suicide Prevention Day Conference

    September 01, 2020

    Every day, 132 people die by suicide in the United States. The Institute of Living (IOL) is hoping to shed…

  • Why You Should Buy Honey When Cold Season Arrives

    September 01, 2020

    You’ve heard the one about honey as a home remedy for upper-respiratory misery caused by the common cold. It’s no joke. Honey, in fact, is more effective than antibiotics and over-the-counter medicines, according to a review of 14 studies by researchers at the University of Oxford in Oxfordshire, England. In…

  • Boseman’s Death: When Should a Younger Person Get a Colonoscopy?

    August 31, 2020

    As the superhero in “Black Panther,” actor Chadwick Boseman was fierce, but his recent death, at 43, represents a frightening national trend showing increases in the number of younger people with colon cancer. Boseman — who also starred as baseball legend Jackie Robinson in “42,” singer James Brown in “Get on…


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