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  • Coalition Against Domestic Violence Honors Rehmer

    November 05, 2019

    Awareness and education are keys to dispersing the shadow shame casts over domestic violence and when the Connecticut Coalition Against Domestic Violence (CCADV) honors people for their contribution to that effort this year, the Behavioral Health Network  president will be among them. Patricia Rehmer, who also serves as senior vice…

  • New: Low-Income Diabetes Patients Eligible for Healthy Food Prescriptions

    November 04, 2019

    Hartford Hospital and Wholesome Wave have announced their pilot collaboration designed to improve the affordability of fruits and vegetables for 500 low-income diabetic patients. Wholesome Wave is launching its Wholesome Communities Connecticut initiative in partnership with Hartford Hospital to empower healthcare providers to write prescriptions for produce. The produce purchases and all program expenses are funded by Hartford Hospital. The Wholesome…

  • Breast Cancer: How to Know if You’re at Risk?

    November 04, 2019

    By Katherine Del Prato Family Nurse Practitioner Hartford HealthCare Cancer Institute Millions of women and men have faced a breast cancer diagnosis. This year alone, 268,600 women and 2,670 men will be diagnosed with breast cancer. When that person is a family member or friend, you may wonder what you can…

  • How Surveillance Program Can Make a Difference When Breast Cancer Risk is High

    November 04, 2019

    One important way women at increased risk for breast cancer can monitor their health is by participating in Hartford HealthCare’s Breast Cancer Risk Assessment and Surveillance Program. A variety of factors can may contribute to a woman’s risk of developing breast cancer, including: A strong family history of breast cancer….

  • It’s Movember: Erectile Dysfunction, Enlarged Prostate, Urination and More Men’s Health Issues

    November 02, 2019

    For more information, including a downloadable guide, about erectile dysfunction and urinary difficulties, click here. Happy Movember, when moustache meets November in a mashup that highlights men’s health issues for a month. How do you know it’s Movember? Look for a stache on guys who spend most of the year…

  • Can You Get a New Aortic Valve While Partly Awake? With TAVR, Yes.

    November 02, 2019

    Transcatheter aortic valve replacement (TAVR) is the popular technique for replacing a defective heart valve without open-heart surgery, and one Hartford HealthCare fellow found a way to make it even safer, more efficient, more effective and less costly. Dr. Wassim Mosleh, a second-year University of Connecticut cardiology fellow working with…

  • How Does Your Body Control Your Heart Rate?

    November 01, 2019

    Click here  to download a free guide about abnormal heart rhythms. Of course you’re always in complete control. But what about how your heart beats? Physical activity, stress and heart disease are a few things that affect your heart rate. It’s the tiny nerves that stretch from your brain or…

  • What’s to Blame for Most Joint Replacements?

    November 01, 2019

    Osteoarthritis is a primary reason for most knee and hip replacements. It affects more than 30 million people, making it the most common chronic joint condition in the United States. The pain and stiffness of osteoarthritis at a joint – the junction where two bones meet – are caused by…

  • Why It’s Buyer Beware With Hemp CBD

    October 30, 2019

    As cannabidiol, or CBD, becomes more and more popular as a treatment for chronic pain, Dr. Jonathan Kost, Medical Director of the Hartford Hospital Pain Treatment Center, warns that it’s important to be aware of the possible risks associated with these products extracted from hemp. Only one CBD medication has…

  • Mulberry Gardens Offering Free Memory Screenings in Southington

    October 29, 2019

    For many people, forgetting things becomes more common as they age. When forgetfulness starts interfering with daily life, it could be a sign of dementia or Alzheimer’s disease. A memory screening can be the first step in learning that simple forgetfulness might actually indicate a more serious problem. Mulberry Gardens…


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