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  • Fatigued From Bad News? 5 Ways to Tune Out

    July 09, 2020

    As responsible citizens, we like to watch the news, but the stress of pandemics, racism, protests that can spark looting or tear-gassing, and an ugly election season makes it a stressful experience. We turn the news on each evening or read it in papers, magazines or websites. Meanwhile, the feelings…

  • Conn College Adding Health Services, Sports Medicine From Hartford HealthCare

    July 08, 2020

    There’s a Hartford HealthCare-GoHealth Urgent Care location a few minutes off the Connecticut College campus in New London, but a new partnership brings high-quality, comprehensive healthcare even closer for students and faculty. Hartford HealthCare (HHC) and Connecticut College announced a partnership July 8 designed to enhance student health services and…

  • 37 Routine Activities Ranked by Risk of COVID-19 Infection

    July 07, 2020

    COVID-19 has redefined risky behavior. So how do we know what’s more risky: getting a haircut, eating inside a restaurant, traveling by plane or shaking someone’s hand? Trick question. They’re equally risky to our health, according to a new risk-assessment chart produced by the Texas Medical Association COVID-19 Task Force and…

  • Here’s the Nutritionist’s Ingredient List. Go Wild. Build Your Perfect Salad.

    July 07, 2020

    It’s summer, when salads take center stage. I’ve been growing lettuce in pots on my porch since April and farm stands are opening with more and more vegetable options daily. Vegetables are nutrient-dense, meaning they are packed with vitamins, minerals, fiber and antioxidants which help protect our healthy cells. It…

  • Dr. Pallvi Popli, Hematologist/Oncologist, Now Seeing Patients in Hartford, Willimantic

    July 07, 2020

    The Hartford HealthCare Cancer Institute announces the hiring of hematologist/oncologist Dr. Pallvi Popli, who begins seeing patients in facilities in Hartford and Willimantic this month. Dr. Popli comes to Hartford HealthCare from fellowship training at the Robert Wood Johnson Medical School at Rutgers University, where her focus was on hematology…

  • Why Chronic Pain Added to State’s Medical Marijuana Qualifying List

    July 06, 2020

    In an attempt to help people who struggle daily with chronic pain, a state regulatory committee recently added it as a qualifying condition for medical marijuana. “A lot of people live with pain,” said Dr. Andrew Salner, director of the Hartford HealthCare Cancer Institute at Hartford Hospital and a member of…

  • Windham Hospital To Discontinue Childbirth Services, Enhance Women’s Health Services

    July 06, 2020

    WINDHAM – After years of declining births and recruitment challenges, the Windham Hospital Birthing Center is seeking State approval to no longer provide childbirth services. The rest of the pregnancy experience remains the same, with prenatal and postpartum care continuing at Windham Hospital. The hospital, which ranks last in Connecticut…

  • Center for Healthy Aging Services Now Available at St. Vincent’s

    July 06, 2020

    The resource coordinator at Hartford HealthCare Center for Healthy Aging’s new location at St. Vincent’s Medical Center in Bridgeport is assisting employees and their loved ones by telephone and email in connecting with supportive services to achieve the optimum quality of life. During the pandemic, Marleine St. Juste’s assessments determine…

  • How to Report a Business Violating State’s COVID-19 Safety Requirements

    July 06, 2020

    A restaurant, hotel, hair salon or any other business violating Connecticut’s safety rules as the state reopens during COVID-19 threatens the health of your community. If you see a violation, fill out a Reopen CT Online Complaint Form (click here). The electronic form is considered public information, but you can…

  • The Wait Ends, Dramatically, for Glastonbury Kidney Transplant Recipient

    July 01, 2020

    For more than two decades, Nicholas Kalogeros of Glastonbury has known kidney failure and end-stage renal disease were inevitable without a transplant. A rare genetic disease, Alport syndrome, that damages small blood vessels in the kidney and eventually causes organ failure left Kalogeros on peritoneal dialysis the past year as…


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