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  • Overcoming Obesity: When Diet and Exercise Aren’t Working

    October 02, 2019

    Millions of Americans are considered obese, fighting every day to take off the extra pounds. Some have struggled with weight since childhood, others gained weight in adulthood. Understanding obesity and its complexity is important to combatting it. The science behind losing weight is more than eating less and doing more…

  • Why St. Vincent’s, the Daughters of Charity and Hartford HealthCare are the Right Fit

    October 02, 2019

    BRIDGEPORT — The ceremony Tuesday officially binding St. Vincent’s Medical Center, a Catholic hospital that traces its history to the early 1900s and the Daughters of Charity of St. Vincent de Paul, with Hartford HealthCare did not pass without at least one revelation. “Who believes in fate?” asked Vincent DiBattista, St….

  • St. Vincent’s Medical Center joins Hartford HealthCare

    October 01, 2019

    St. Vincent’s Medical Center is now officially part of Hartford HealthCare. On Tuesday, Hartford HealthCare completed the acquisition of substantially all of the assets of St. Vincent’s Medical Center in Bridgeport, and its related operations, from Ascension. During a special ceremony and celebration, employees and leaders noted the rich history…

  • Indoor Exercise Ideas to Keep You Active in the Colder Months

    September 28, 2019

    As the temperature drops and the daylight hours begin to fade away, there’s no excuse to stop your exercise activities just because you can’t be outdoors anymore.  Those looking to keep up with their exercise routines during the winter months have plenty of options to stay in shape even as…

  • New study: Will Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Help Prevent Suicide?

    September 26, 2019

    Hospitals provide a safe, if temporary, haven for people who have attempted suicide. Once they are released, however, the risk they will try to kill themselves again remains quite high. A newly-funded study at the Institute of Living in Hartford, part of the Hartford HealthCare Behavioral Health Network, will investigate…

  • Pacemaker or Defibrillator? How They Change the Heart’s Rhythm

    September 24, 2019

    There have been tremendous advancements recently in the evaluation and treatment of heart rhythm disturbances, also known as cardiac arrhythmias. Physicians who specialize in the evaluation and treatment of these electrical disturbances of the heart are known as cardiac electrophysiologists.  Dr. Mark Marieb, System Director of the Electrophysiology Labs for the…

  • The Pain in His Side Was an Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm: How He Beat the Deadly Odds

    September 23, 2019

    Before July 2017, Richard Nobile thought AAA referred to minor league baseball or the automobile club. Unfortunately, he’s since learned it can also stand for “abdominal aortic aneurysm,” or a bulge in the abdominal segment of the aorta, the body’s main artery. More common in men, AAA is connected with…

  • How Treating Concussions Has Changed: Free Talk On What You Should Know

    September 23, 2019

    Maybe the first time you realized how serious concussions could be was when the NFL started fielding lawsuits from former players with repeated head injuries that forever changed – or ended – their lives. Concussion – the mildest form of traumatic brain injury – can result from an accident, sports…

  • What Is a Cancer Survivorship Care Plan?

    September 22, 2019

    By Deborah Walker, APRN Over a decade ago, the Institute of Medicine recommended every cancer patient receive an individual survivorship care plan that includes guidelines for monitoring and maintaining their health. This recommendation was developed from a prominent report, “From Cancer Patient to Cancer Survivor: Lost in Transition,” which focused…

  • Stool as a Weight-Loss Tool? The Strange-But-True Fecal Transplant Possibilities

    September 19, 2019

    If the medications, shakes and diet plans don’t yield the weight loss results you want, the next step might be transplanting the stool of a thin person into your body. Sound far-fetched? Researchers at Brigham & Women’s Hospital in Boston recently proposed, based on their investigation into the workings of…


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