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Advances in Health

Early detection is key when it comes to pancreatic cancer

Bret Schipper, MD, talks about the advanced screening techniques being used to catch pancreatic cancer sooner.

New alternative to spinal fusion

James Yue, MD, Spinal Surgeon, explains how a new alternative is available to patients who are considering spinal fusion. Prosthetic disc replacement is helping people with low back pain feel better.


News

Why is ‘Orthocoronavirinae’ a Hot Google Search?

People in Cornwall, Lebanon, Franklin, Bozrah, East Lyme and throughout Connecticut are joining other Google searchers around the country looking for information on orthocoronavirinae. In the past week, Google searches in the state for orthocoronavirinae are more than seven times more popular that searches for COVID-19. It’s not Spelling Bee season, so [...]

Abdominal Bloating? Why Water With Food is Bad, Pineapple is Good

Many patients complain of postprandial (after eating food) bloating. The symptoms are uncomfortable and can significantly interfere with the person’s quality of life. People with this condition have difficulty fitting into their clothes, tend to feel heavier and experience discomfort throughout their abdomen. The good news is that bloating does [...]

Helping People: One Patient, One Client, One Customer at a Time

A letter to patients from Jeffrey A. Flaks, Hartford HealthCare President and Chief Executive Officer (shown above, center, with Gov. Ned Lamont, left): Dear Hartford HealthCare Patient: I hope you and those you love are healthy and safe. Connecticut continues to fare well with the coronavirus, with low rates of infection [...]

Masks Save Lives: Duke Study Confirms Which Ones Work Best

Of all the mask studies, the latest by Duke University researchers affirming the fitted N95 as king in the fight against COVID-19, the most important remains the study of all studies by the University of Washington’s Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation. The IHME, a research center that has provided [...]

Five Ways to Get Sick, Besides COVID-19, From Poor Hand Hygiene

COVID-19 is powerful motivation to wash your hands frequently. But any germaphobe knows thousands of germs can lurk on the unwashed hand. A University of Colorado at Boulder study found 3,200 bacteria from 150 species on human hands. Yuck! (Just take a look under a microscope at SARS-CoV- 2, above, [...]

A COVID-19 Back-to-School Guide . . . for Parents

This is the time of year when parents and kids usually start thinking about going back to school and making shopping lists for new clothes, backpacks and supplies. But this isn’t a usual school year, as school districts and parents struggle to decide what school will look like during COVID-19. [...]


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This one-hour class helps big brothers and sisters, age 3-6 years old prepare for the new addition. Session includes a tour of the [...]

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E-Learning Childbirth Classes

The eLearning program is an interactive, Web-based tool that contains animated illustrations, videos, voice-overs, and games. It's great [...]


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Our doctors, nurses and staff have different specialties, but our goal is the same: to be there for you.

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Helen Anaedo, MD Board Certified in Endocrinology Hartford HealthCare Medical Group

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Meet Andre Ghantous, MD, FACC Chief of Cardiology The Hospital of Central Connecticut

Meet Brian Byrne, MD

Brian Burne, MD Chief of Hematology/ Oncology Hartford HealthCare Cancer Institute at The Hospital of Central Connecticut


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