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  • Park At Hartford Hospital To Showcase Elements Of Demolished Building

    Park At Hartford Hospital To Showcase Elements Of Demolished Building
    HARTFORD — Visit Hartford Hospital and you'll see pieces of history on display: a 1927 nursing book opened to a diagram of the body's thoracic area; early brain surgery tools from the 1950s; ancient marble tablets inscribed with the hospital's first...
  • 30 Years Later, Connecticut's Longest Surviving Heart Recipient Still Thankful

    30 Years Later, Connecticut's Longest Surviving Heart Recipient Still Thankful
    HARTFORD — The story of Connecticut's first successful heart transplant is one of tragedy, persistence, luck, and, ultimately, triumph. Thirty years later, the recipient, 64-year old Andy Buczek, says he still has a great deal to be thankful for...
  • Half Of State Hospitals Exceed Infection Rates, New Data Show

    More than 50 percent of the state's hospitals had rates for at least one type of hospital-acquired infection that were worse than federal benchmarks in late 2012 and 2013, new data shows. No other state had a higher percentage of its hospitals...
  • Hospitals Have Spent $5 Million To Prepare For Ebola

     Hospitals Have Spent $5 Million To Prepare For Ebola
    HARTFORD – Connecticut hospitals have spent more than $5 million on preparations to deal with possible Ebola patients, lawmakers were told Monday. The good news is that federal health officials are giving Connecticut hospitals high marks for their...
  • John Larson Deserves A Ninth Term

    John Larson Deserves A Ninth Term
    U.S. Rep. John B. Larson, the Democrat representing the state's 1st Congressional District, is seeking his ninth term in Congress, a career point when some members begin to lose their enthusiasm and rely on their seniority. Mr. Larson hasn't succumbed...
  • One Stroke Against Me — Down But Not Out

    One Stroke Against Me — Down But Not Out
    I am a 56-year-old nonsmoker in decent physical shape. Less than a month ago, I crawled to the floor of my office while twice yelling "I need help!" I never lost consciousness or felt any pain but I couldn't even roll over. I was on my stomach, elbows...
  • Breast Cancer Survivors Become Advocates Helping Others

    Breast Cancer Survivors Become Advocates Helping Others
    Erica Bartol is a registered nurse, so she considers it ironic that it took a TV show to remind her to do monthly breast examinations. "I was watching the Dr. Oz show in the break room while having a snack. He was doing a breast cancer awareness show. I...
  • Woman Hit By Car In Norwich, In Critical Condition At Hartford Hospital

    Woman Hit By Car In Norwich, In Critical Condition At Hartford Hospital
    NORWICH – A woman is in critical condition after she was hit by a car on Boswell Avenue Saturday evening, police say. Police have not identified the 39-year-old woman who they say has suffered serious injuries after she was struck by a car...
  • New York City Man Recovering From Injuries After Fall At Enders Falls State Park Saturday

    GRANBY – The Department of Energy and Environmental Protection identified the man who was injured in a fall at Enders Falls State Park Saturday. Michael Happel, 51, of New York City is recovering from non-life threatening injuries at Hartford...
  • Doctor Who Visited Liberia On Eve Of Ebola Outbreak Sees Dallas Case As Cautionary Tale

    Doctor Who Visited Liberia On Eve Of Ebola Outbreak Sees Dallas Case As Cautionary Tale
    Dr. Mary Zozulin was upset, but not surprised, at the news this week that a man with Ebola had been diagnosed in Dallas. "I've been expecting this," she said. Hospital officials in Connecticut and elsewhere say they are confident that proper...
  • State Experts Want Focus On Mental Health Issues After Weight-Loss Surgery

    Morbidly obese individuals who had weight loss surgery are seeking treatment for eating disorders years after their procedure, prompting concerns among some experts about the assessment process used to identify surgical candidates. "They are terrified of...