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  • Research Focused On Postpartum Breast Cancer

    Research Focused On Postpartum Breast Cancer
    I had never heard of pregnancy-associated breast cancer (PBAC) until I read this article in USA Today. Turns out, much focus is on this cancer, diagnosed during or after pregnancy, which can have extremely aggressive characteristics.  A search of the...
  • Hartford Hospital Says Patients Might Have Been Exposed To E. Coli

    Hartford Hospital Says Patients Might Have Been Exposed To E. Coli
    HARTFORD — Hartford Hospital said Wednesday that it has contacted 281 patients who might have been exposed to a strain of E. coli resistant to some drugs — a version of the bacteria that differs from the "superbug" outbreak linked to the...
  • Hartford Hospital warns of possible exposure to bacteria

    Hartford Hospital says it has contacted 281 patients who may have been exposed to a strain of bacteria. Dr. Rocco Orlando, the hospital's chief medical officer, says the strain of E. coli is responsive to antibiotics and patients are not considered to be...
  • Three Wesleyan Students Arraigned In Campus Overdoses

    Three Wesleyan Students Arraigned In Campus Overdoses
    MIDDLETOWN — Three of the four Wesleyan University students arrested in connection with MDMA overdoses on campus had large quantities of narcotics and prescription drugs in their rooms, prosecutors said during their arraignment Wednesday. Eric...
  • Hartford Police Offer Safe Haven For Craigslist Transactions

    Hartford Police Offer Safe Haven For Craigslist Transactions
    HARTFORD — Less than two years after a Cromwell man was fatally shot in Hartford while trying to sell computer tablets that he had posted on craigslist, city police are inviting the public to use a police parking lot as a safe place for such...
  • After 11 OD, Wesleyan President Urges Students To ID Sellers

    After 11 OD, Wesleyan President Urges Students To ID Sellers
    MIDDLETOWN — Following the hospitalization of students who used a party drug over the weekend, Wesleyan President Michael Roth pleaded with students Monday to "please, please stay away from illegal substances" and urged them to provide information...
  • Four Remain Hospitalized Following MDMA Overdoses At Wesleyan

    Four Remain Hospitalized Following MDMA Overdoses At Wesleyan
    MIDDLETOWN — Ten Wesleyan students and two visitors have been hospitalized, with at least two in critical condition, after overdosing over the weekend on the synthetic party drug MDMA, known as ecstasy or Molly, police and Wesleyan officials said....
  • Wesleyan president to students: Turn in the drug dealers

    Wesleyan University's president on Monday urged students to come forward with knowledge of anybody distributing drugs on campus following a rash of hospitalizations among people who took a party drug known as Molly. A total of 12 people — 10...
  • Stow The Phone

    Having trouble sleeping? Check for a glow, inches from the pillow. Using a smartphone, tablet or laptop at bedtime may be staving off sleep, according to Harvard Medical School scientists, who have found specific wavelengths of light can suppress the...
  • Get The Most Out Of Your Naps

    Get The Most Out Of Your Naps
    In recent years, the nap has become better accepted — and better studied. According to a Pew Research Center study, one-third of adults in the United States take naps, and more men report napping than women. Although naps for adults may be gaining...
  • Malloy Budget Calls For Narrowing Medicaid Eligibility, More In Hospital Taxes

    Malloy Budget Calls For Narrowing Medicaid Eligibility, More In Hospital Taxes
    HARTFORD — Hospitals would pay more in state taxes, and some low-income parents would no longer be eligible for Medicaid, under Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's proposed budget. The Malloy administration says the hospitals will recoup enough revenue from an...