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Connecticut Children's Medical Center

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  • CIAC Going Extra Yard To Educate Parents, Coaches, Students

    CIAC Going Extra Yard To Educate Parents, Coaches, Students
    The image and link are displayed prominently across the top of the Connecticut Interscholastic Athletic Conference's website. Under the banner "Concussion Central" is a picture of a trainer holding her finger in front of a football player, apparently...
  • 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...
  • Hartford Infant Hospitalized With Burns After Bath

    Hartford Infant Hospitalized With Burns After Bath
    HARTFORD — A 10-month-old girl was hospitalized after suffering burns during a bath on Sunday in the Asylum Hill neighborhood, police said. The infant suffered first- and second-degree burns while being bathed in the kitchen sink, police said. She...
  • Rare Intestinal Disease Is Life Threatening For Preemies

    Rare Intestinal Disease Is Life Threatening For Preemies
    Morgan Vaughan's 4th birthday celebration was all about Lightning McQueen and family joy. "Morgan is a character," smiles his grandmother, Mary Midolo of Naugatuck. "He's a very happy child. Even in the hospital as a tiny baby, he wasn't a real crier....
  • Hartford Police Probe Child's Scalding

    Hartford Police Probe Child's Scalding
    HARTFORD — Investigators are trying to determine how a baby was scalded over the weekend, police said. The incident happened at 49 May St. shortly before 1:30 p.m. Sunday. According to police, the father told officers he walked away while...
  • Author highlights the role of women in state's history

    When Connecticut author, editor, professor and playwright Cindy Wolfe Boynton set out to research and write her book, "Remarkable Women of Hartford" (History Press, 2014), she found it a challenge to limit herself on the number of her subjects. "I've...
  • Olympic Marathoner Deena Kastor To Visit West Hartford Friday

    Olympic Marathoner Deena Kastor To Visit West Hartford Friday
    WEST HARTFORD — Distance running legend Deena Kastor has planned a visit to the Fleet Feet store Friday, and all are welcome to run with the Olympic idol. "Everybody in the sport just reveres her," said Caitlin Cunningham, training program...
  • $7 Million Needed To Help Children With Psychiatric Emergencies

    $7 Million Needed To Help Children With Psychiatric Emergencies
    HARTFORD — State officials are looking for $7 million needed to pay for two key elements of Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's plan to prevent children with psychiatric behavioral problems from having to resort to hospital emergency rooms or getting stuck...
  • Teen Charged In Cemetery Incident Seeks Bail Reduction

    Teen Charged In Cemetery Incident Seeks Bail Reduction
    HARTFORD — A Hartford teen accused of stealing a car at a cemetery in Bloomfield and then driving it recklessly and striking a 10-year-old girl who was with her family visiting a grave was expected to post bail Thursday. Frederick Sowell, who...
  • Type 1 Diabetes Increasing As Medical Teams Shrink

    Type 1 Diabetes Increasing As Medical Teams Shrink
    In the 15 months since Brian Lybeck's Type 1 Diabetes' diagnosis, the seventh grader and his family have worked with four different diabetes educators at Connecticut Children's Medical Center. Like their counterparts at other diabetes practices, the...
  • Child Killer Pleads Guilty To Manslaughter

    Child Killer Pleads Guilty To Manslaughter
    HARTFORD — A Manchester man who admitted to police that he hurled his 2-month-old daughter head first into the hard bottom of a bassinette in April was found guilty Monday of first-degree manslaughter and sentenced to 15 years in prison. Upon...