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Connecticut Children's Medical Center

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  • Infant In Critical Condition After Being Found Unresponsive In Plainville

    Infant In Critical Condition After Being Found Unresponsive In Plainville
    PLAINVILLE — An infant found unresponsive in a home on Stillwell Avenue Wednesday morning remains in critical condition at Connecticut Children's Medical Center, police said. Officers responded to the home about 9 a.m. and found the unconscious...
  • Glastonbury Police Collecting Toys For Children Today

    Glastonbury Police Collecting Toys For Children Today
    GLASTONBURY — Members of the Glastonbury Police Department will be conducting two "Stuff-A-Cruiser" toy drives this afternoon. The first location will be at Over the Rainbow Toys located in the Griswold Mall at 2872 Main St. The second location...
  • Warrant: New Britain Woman Accused In Infant's Death Dropped, Fell On Child While Drunk

    Warrant: New Britain Woman Accused In Infant's Death Dropped, Fell On Child While Drunk
    NEW BRITAIN — A 22-year-old woman facing a manslaughter charge in connection with the death of a friend's infant daughter told police she dropped the child and then fell on her while drunk at her friend's house, according to an arrest warrant...
  • Breastfeeding Rates On The Rise As Support Systems Expand

    Breastfeeding Rates On The Rise As Support Systems Expand
    Candid online posts describing the challenges of breastfeeding fill the Facebook page of Breastfeeding USA's Connecticut chapter. The daily stream of anecdotes, questions and comments alternate in tone from exasperated to celebratory. "Small victory for...
  • Hospital Reports Of Surgical, Medication Errors Climb

    Hospital Reports Of Surgical, Medication Errors Climb
    Connecticut hospitals reported record numbers of errors in 2013, with large increases in the numbers of falls, medication mistakes and perforations during surgical procedures, a new state report shows. The report, covering 2013, marks the first time that...
  • RockaThon event to benefit Children's Medical Center

    One Vernon family is hoping to "pay it forward" for help it received, by organizing an event to benefit the Connecticut Children's Medical Center. On Jan. 17, the first annual RockaThon will take place at Rockville High School. There will be games,...
  • Children's Hospital Gets $10M Extra From State, Raising Eyebrows

    A $10 million payment to Connecticut Children's Medical Center — approved Thursday without going through the legislature, and despite a state budget deficit — sparked questions about legal precedent and fairness. The $10 million approved by...
  • Trouble In Toyland? Pols, Activists Highlight Dangerous Toys

    Trouble In Toyland? Pols, Activists Highlight Dangerous Toys
    HARTFORD – The pile of toys stacked beneath a table at Connecticut Children's Medical Center Monday would make most children smile: a colorful tambourine, an electronic toy designed to look like a smart phone, foam blocks, a Dora the Explorer...
  • Cub Scouts launch holiday season with tree lighting

    Spirits were bright despite the chilly drizzle that dampened Voluntown's annual Christmas tree lighting ceremony on Dec. 6. The youngsters gathered at the town gazebo, most of them Cub Scouts of Pack 74, were all abuzz at the arrival of the man of the...
  • Man Charged After Baby In His Care Suffers Burns

    Man Charged After Baby In His Care Suffers Burns
    HARTFORD — A 31-year-old Hartford man faces a charge of risk of injury to a minor after Hartford police say a 10-month-old girl suffered second-degree burns after he left her unattended in a kitchen sink after a bath. Police do not allege that...
  • New Focus On Concussions: No More 'Shake It Off'

    New Focus On Concussions: No More 'Shake It Off'
    On warm summer days in the 1970s, Harry Bellucci and his Bulkeley High teammates battled through double-session football practices. Bellucci, who graduated from the Hartford school in 1975, recalls participating in practice with a pounding headache...