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  • READER SUBMITTED: Hospital Program Helps Smokers Quit

    If you're a smoker and have considered "kicking the habit," Middlesex Hospital's Smoking Intervention Service can help. The service offers confidential one-on-one, individual counseling, support groups and educational programs to the community. Dedicated to providing smokers with the help they need, the Smoking Intervention Service encourages smokers to work with the program as much as necessary to become, and remain, smoke-free. It offers these services in Middletown, Westbrook and Marlborough and most insurances cover the cost.
  • Legislative session: Two weeks to go, much to do

    Legislative session: Two weeks to go, much to do
      Like the last two minutes of a close basketball game, the final two weeks of the Florida Legislature's annual session is the most important to watch. Yes, big change happened on the first day of the two-month session, when legislators fixed the laws...

    Creation, Medicaid, and military draft: Letters

    Worshipping the creation April is a month of ironies. This Sunday, Christians will celebrate the sacrificial death and glorious resurrection of the King of Kings, Jesus Christ. On Tuesday, we have Earth Day, also Vladimir Lenin's birthday. On Earth...

    Md. exchange enrolls nearly 329,000 in health plans

    Md. exchange enrolls nearly 329,000 in health plans
    Nearly 329,000 people have enrolled in insurance through the Maryland health exchange, officials reported Friday. As of April 15, 262,619 people have gained Medicaid coverage and 66,203 enrolled in a private plan sold on the exchange website. Open...

    Gaetz asks feds to reconsider Florida Medicaid alternative

    Florida Senate President Don Gaetz is asking the federal government to reconsider a Florida plan offering subsidized health insurance to the state's working poor, as an alternative to the Medicaid expansion plan the state turned down last year. Gaetz, R-...