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  • DCF Defends Actions In Pelletier Custody Fight

    DCF Defends Actions In Pelletier Custody Fight
    The state Department of Children and Families is defending its actions in the case of Justina Pelletier after a Massachusetts judge criticized the department for not officially taking on the custody case of the 15-year-old West Hartford girl. Justina is...
  • Still rising: 1 in 68 kids has an autism spectrum disorder, CDC says

    Still rising: 1 in 68 kids has an autism spectrum disorder, CDC says
    Autism is much more common than previously thought, according to a new government report that estimates that 1 in 68 children have some form of the disorder. Boosting the rate has become a two-year ritual since theĀ U.S. Centers for Disease Control and...
  • Brain tissue adds to evidence that autism begins before birth

    Brain tissue adds to evidence that autism begins before birth
    Brain tissue samples from children with autism look markedly different than the brain tissue of other kids, researchers say. The physiological differences could explain many of the well-known symptoms of autism spectrum disorders, and they suggest...
  • Judge Awards Custody Of Justina Pelletier To Massachusetts

    Judge Awards Custody Of Justina Pelletier To Massachusetts
    A juvenile court judge Tuesday awarded custody of Justina Pelletier, an ailing 15-year-old West Hartford teenager, to the state of Massachusetts. The decision is a major blow for Lou and Linda Pelletier, the girls' parents, who have been fighting for...
  • Parents Share Tales Of Navigating State's Mental Health System For Children

    HARTFORD — Mary Jo Andrews, Carol Poehnert and several other West Hartford mothers of children with mental-health problems had quietly met for eight years, usually over dinner, to share their experiences and frustrations, and to trade tips and...
  • Senior briefs

    Annapolis Center These activities are being offered through the Annapolis Senior Activity Center, 119 S. Villa Ave. Information: 410-222-1818. Chesapeake Hearing Center will provide free screenings and health information from 10 a.m. to noon Wednesday,...
  • Morgan: Florida's medical pot would be regulated, not like California

    Morgan: Florida's medical pot would be regulated, not like California
    Medical marijuana promoter John Morgan on Wednesday tried to brush off comparisons of Florida with states notorious for legal-pot problems such as California by insisting he wants Florida's law to be regulated like Arizona's. "Don't worry about...
  • READER SUBMITTED: MidState Medical Center Hosts Free Head And Neck Cancer Screening

    Just because you can't feel it, doesn't mean it isn't there. Just ask the more than 50,000 Americans who were diagnosed with cancers of the head and neck last year. Unfortunately, many Americans do not recognize the symptoms of these life-threatening...
  • Brought together by the joy of singing

    Brought together by the joy of singing
    Laura Gibson never imagined she would marry a man 18 years her senior, who lived 1,000 miles away, and whom she would meet, of all places, on a karaoke app. But the outgoing 26-year-old also couldn't have guessed that during her second year at law...
  • Can an artificial protein defeat infection by supercharging immunity?

    Can an artificial protein defeat infection by supercharging immunity?
    Between vaccine refusal, drug resistant strains of bacteria, and the growing ranks of the immuno-compromised, it sometimes seems that we humans are losing our brief moment of superiority in the unending arms race against pathogens. But a new technique has...
  • Police, Health Officials Have Not Found Woman Who Took Rabid Skunk To West Hartford Vet

    WEST HARTFORD — Police and health officials have not been able to identify the woman who on March 6 took what turned out to be a rabid skunk to a veterinary office on North Main Street. Officials said the woman took the sick skunk to Veterinary...