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  • Advanced Air Purification Fertility Clinic Moves To Farmington

    Advanced Air Purification Fertility Clinic Moves To Farmington
    FARMINGTON — One of the country's few fertility clinics to use an advanced air purification system has opened in town. The Center for Advanced Reproductive Services, formerly located at UConn Health, recently opened on 2 Batterson Park Road....
  • Tuesday Temperatures Break Records

    Tuesday Temperatures Break Records
    Tuesday's temperatures plunged to depths never before recorded in Connecticut. It is the coldest morning in more than 100 years, FOX CT Meteorologist Joe Furey said. "You will know how good your [car] battery is this morning," he said on the FOX CT...
  • Gas Leak, Evacuation At UConn Health Center

    Gas Leak, Evacuation At UConn Health Center
    FARMINGTON — A gas leak forced the evacuation of two buildings at the UConn Health Center Tuesday. No one was injured or sickened during the incident, which was reported shortly before 8:30 a.m., said spokesman Chris DeFrancesco. There were no...
  • Health Workers Pursue Their Hobby With CT Doctors Orchestra

    Health Workers Pursue Their Hobby With CT Doctors Orchestra
    On a Sunday afternoon in December — a day when others are relaxing at home or ticking items off their holiday to-do lists — members of the Connecticut Doctors Orchestra set up their music stands at Middlewoods of Farmington. After a hasty...
  • Farmington Group Supports Those Who've Had Near-Death Experiences

    Farmington Group Supports Those Who've Had Near-Death Experiences
    Tina Angeli remembers her small Hyundai spinning across Route 202 in Granby and then a crash. There was broken glass and the smell of talcum powder. And then she stopped breathing. Suddenly, she found herself out of her body and above her car, in a...
  • Farmington, Embracing Religion, Education And Shopping

    Farmington, Embracing Religion, Education And Shopping
    Farmington has many faces: from the traditions of its Main Street and Miss Porter's School, to the glittering Westfarms mall and to the high tech medical and research facilities at UConn Health. Although Mormons may not be the first religious group that...
  • Legislators Considering Bill Prompted by Ravi Shankar Case

    Legislators Considering Bill Prompted by Ravi Shankar Case
    The legislature's higher education committee heard testimony Tuesday for and against a bill that would enable universities and colleges to take into account a faculty member's criminal history before any promotion is given. The bill is aimed at...
  • February is National Heart Month

    February is National Heart month, Why the need for focus on cardiovascular health? According to the U.S. Center for Disease Control and Prevention, "Cardiovascular disease (CVD)—including heart disease, stroke, and high blood pressure − is the...
  • Racial, Ethnic Disparities Common In CT Hospital Readmissions

    A black patient hospitalized for chest pain in Connecticut is 20 percent more likely than a white patient to be readmitted within 30 days after discharge. Similarly, a Hispanic patient hospitalized for heart failure is 30 percent more likely to land...
  • Company Helps Families Struggling To Manage Parents' Declining Health

    Company Helps Families Struggling To Manage Parents' Declining Health
    AVON — Sharon Gauthier was always the squeaky wheel where she worked. Gauthier remembers working from 7 p.m. to 7 a.m. in a neonatal ICU, and being told she was to report for mandatory overtime from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. "I'm not doing that, that's...
  • Wisconsin Man Dies In Accident At Stanley Access Technologies

    FARMINGTON — A 65-year old Wisconsin man was killed at a local business on Wednesday afternoon when a load of steel and aluminum fell on him, officials said. The man, Neil Hynick, 65, of Schofield, Wis., was a truck driver delivering bundles of...