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BRAY v. SUN LIFE AND HEALTH INSURANCE COMPANY - Leagle.com
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Tuesday, 28 February 2012
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BRAY v. SUN LIFE AND HEALTH INSURANCE COMPANY
Leagle.com
SUN LIFE AND HEALTH INSURANCE COMPANY (US), fka Genworth Life and Health Insurance Company, a Connecticut Insurance Company, and MANAGEMENT SERVICES INDUSTRY GROUP INSURANCE FUND, an ERISA multiple employer welfare arrangement plan, Defendants.

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Food Truck Health Standards Explained in Food & Drink Digital - Einnews Portugal
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Tuesday, 28 February 2012
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Food Truck Health Standards Explained in Food & Drink Digital
Einnews Portugal
Food trucks are subject to health codes and inspections quite similar to brick-and-mortar restaurants, and a disregard for the law can leave your business out in the cold. But we want you to succeed! So this month we talked to Ricardo Encarnacion, ...
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3 Connecticut nursing homes face fines for patient injuries - New Haven Register
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Tuesday, 28 February 2012
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3 Connecticut nursing homes face fines for patient injuries
New Haven Register
By Connecticut Health I-Team Three Connecticut nursing homes face fines from the Department of Public Health for lapses in care that led to patient injuries. State inspectors fined The Summit at Plantsville $710 for improperly moving a patient.
Three Nursing Homes Face
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New Health Director Aims to “Expand on Great Service” in Southington - Patch.com
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Monday, 27 February 2012
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New Health Director Aims to “Expand on Great Service” in Southington
Patch.com
He was a leader in Connecticut and I just hope to follow in his tradition.” Motes announced his retirement late last year, but stayed on in the role of interim health director since in order to allow the district to find a replacement.

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Malloy looking for help from D.C. - Ct Post
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Monday, 27 February 2012
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Malloy looking for help from D.C.
Ct Post
Later, in an interview on the White House driveway, Malloy recounted his conversations with Cabinet officials about federal programs that have a big impact in Connecticut. Malloy said he met with Kathleen Sebelius, secretary of the Department of Health ...
Dayton meets with Obama in
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"Medical Home" pilot trains more than 100 CT physicians - Connecticut Business News Journal
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Monday, 27 February 2012
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"Medical Home" pilot trains more than 100 CT physicians
Connecticut Business News Journal
More than eight months after beginning a training program sponsored by the Connecticut State Medical Society, the CSMS-IPA and Qualidigm, in association with The Physicians Foundation, 19 primary-care medical practices across the state successfully
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100 Non-Profit Hospital, Health System CEOs to Know - Becker's Hospital Review
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Monday, 27 February 2012
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100 Non-Profit Hospital, Health System CEOs to Know
Becker's Hospital Review
Dr. Corwin, a cardiologist and internist, is CEO of both NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital and NewYork-Presbyterian Healthcare System, a group of hospitals and other healthcare organizations in New York, New Jersey and Connecticut.

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Connecticut says Calhoun's surgery a success - USA TODAY
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Monday, 27 February 2012
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USA TODAY

Connecticut says Calhoun's surgery a success
USA TODAY
STORRS, Conn. (AP) – University of Connecticut men's basketball coach Jim Calhoun underwent what the school says was successful surgery to address the spinal condition that has forced him to miss the Huskies' past seven games.
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CT Tea Party Tackles More Than Taxes - CT Newsjunkie
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Monday, 27 February 2012
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CT Tea Party Tackles More Than Taxes
CT Newsjunkie
by Hugh McQuaid | Feb 27, 2012 2:58pm The Connecticut Tea Party movement changed course and ventured into the realm of social issues Monday at a rally commemorating the third anniversary of its formation. Taking a cue from the Republican presidential ...

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CT WATCHDOG: A fair resolution from Bank of America - West Hartford News
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Wednesday, 15 February 2012
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CT WATCHDOG: A fair resolution from Bank of America
West Hartford News
Please check out his site, www.ctwatchdog.com for comprehensive consumer, health, finance, shopping, nutrition, Connecticut grown food, elderly issues, media, internet, computer, travel, auto, religion news and education tips.

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Sex Week offers STI testing - Yale Daily News
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Wednesday, 15 February 2012
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Sex Week offers STI testing
Yale Daily News
Bauer said students without physical symptoms must schedule an appointment at Yale Health, which she said makes many students feel “getting tested was not worth the wait.” Wanda Richardson, an epidemiologist for the Connecticut Department of Public ...

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Norwich soul food luncheon salutes black history - Norwich Bulletin
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Tuesday, 14 February 2012
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Norwich soul food luncheon salutes black history
Norwich Bulletin
Gloria Ballaro-Gauvin, a nurse and caseworker with the Southeastern Connecticut Mental Health Authority, fills a plate for a guest Tuesday at the annual Soul Food Luncheon to honor Black History Month at the authority's Norwich headquarters.

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Is the Calhoun era at UConn near its end? - USA TODAY
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Tuesday, 14 February 2012
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USA TODAY

Is the Calhoun era at UConn near its end?
USA TODAY
By Marlen Garcia, USA TODAY STORRS, Conn. – As visitors drive to Storrs exiting I-84, a large blue sign reminds them the University of Connecticut won the 2011 NCAA men's basketball tournament. By Evan Habeeb, US Presswire Connecticut Huskies head ...
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Children devour lesson in tooth care - Danbury News Times
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Tuesday, 14 February 2012
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Children devour lesson in tooth care
Danbury News Times
This is Dental Health Month and Ash is a registered dental hygienist with Dental Associates of Connecticut. Photo: Michael Duffy / The News-Times | Buy This Photo Roo the kangaroo's teeth get brushed during Pam Ash's demonstration of proper dental ...

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5 Conn. fire training schools may receive funding - Hartford Courant
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Tuesday, 14 February 2012
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5 Conn. fire training schools may receive funding
Hartford Courant
The schools follow regulations set by the federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration. The regulations require that firefighters be versed in subject areas including safety and protective equipment, the chemistry of fire, fire behavior and ...
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Health Foundation raises red flags on CT health exchange - Hartford Business
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Tuesday, 14 February 2012
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Health Foundation raises red flags on CT health exchange
Hartford Business
By Greg Bordonaro The Universal Health Care Foundation on Tuesday raised fresh concerns about Connecticut's health insurance exchange including strongly cautioning the state against adopting the exchange currently run by the Connecticut Business ...

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Letter: Connecticut Borrows too Much - The Daily Stamford
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Tuesday, 14 February 2012
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Letter: Connecticut Borrows too Much
The Daily Stamford
The state's cash on hand has also reached dangerously low levels, prompting the Republicans to call for a hearing before the Finance and Appropriations committees to look further into the matter and investigate Connecticut's fiscal health.

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Stem cells used to heal heart attack damage - GlobalPost
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Monday, 13 February 2012
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Stem cells used to heal heart attack damage
GlobalPost
Stem cells are viewed on a computer screen at the University of Connecticut`s (UConn) Stem Cell Institute at the UConn Health Center on August 27, 2010 in Farmington, Connecticut. (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images) (Spencer Platt/AFP/Getty Images) ...

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Tests for New Athletic Director at UConn - New York Times
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Monday, 13 February 2012
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New York Times

Tests for New Athletic Director at UConn
New York Times
... as the athletic director at Buffalo, was introduced Monday as Connecticut's new AD at a time when the Huskies' men's basketball team is dealing with the fallout from academic issues and the health concerns of its Hall of Fame coach, Jim Calhoun.
New AD Warde Manuel
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Obama budget mixed bag for Connecticut - The Connecticut Mirror
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Monday, 13 February 2012
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CTV.ca

Obama budget mixed bag for Connecticut
The Connecticut Mirror
The White House also wants to "blend" Medicaid rates with the rates received from the federal government for a health program for children. That could mean fewer federal health dollars for Connecticut. The budget would also make substantial cuts to ...
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Health career academy begins recruitment - ShorelinePlus.com
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Monday, 13 February 2012
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Health career academy begins recruitment
ShorelinePlus.com
The WorkPlace was awarded more than $4.8 million from the US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) and more than $4.9 million from the US Department of Labor (DOL). Both grants will create and support the Southwestern Connecticut Health CareeRx ...

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ECHN Showcases Women's Center For Wellness - Hartford Courant
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Monday, 13 February 2012
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ECHN Showcases Women's Center For Wellness
Hartford Courant
By MICHAEL WALSH, Special to the Courant The Hartford Courant Eastern Connecticut Health Network showcased its commitment to the growing field of women's health during an open house at the newly constructed Women's Center for Wellness.
ECHN Expands its East of the River
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Health care can do better - Ct Post
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Monday, 13 February 2012
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Health care can do better
Ct Post
Does it bother you that our great "exceptional" nation is the only one of the top 39 industrialized countries that doesn't mandate universal health care for all of its citizens? Shouldn't we care about our fellow human beings?

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Babies, moms and state DPH chief celebrate Saint Raphael Birth Center's birthday - ShorelinePlus.com
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Monday, 13 February 2012
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Babies, moms and state DPH chief celebrate Saint Raphael Birth Center's birthday
ShorelinePlus.com
By Hospital of Saint Raphael New Haven, CT - A bevy of moms, babies and VIPs celebrated the first birthday of the Dr. Romeo A. and Lena B. Vidone Birth Center at the Hospital of Saint Raphael on Friday, Feb. 10. Connecticut Department of Public
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AP-CT--School Nutrition,129 - Hartford Courant
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Sunday, 12 February 2012
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AP-CT--School Nutrition,129
Hartford Courant
AP Some Connecticut state lawmakers and school nutrition advocates want to expand children's access to healthy foods. The coalition plans to call attention to the need to provide adequate funding and administrative support for child nutrition programs ...

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Mountain Lion Roaming Around UConn Health Center? - Patch.com
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Sunday, 12 February 2012
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Mountain Lion Roaming Around UConn Health Center?
Patch.com
The sighting was reported to UConn Health Center police as well. Officially, the Department of Energy and Environmental Protection maintains that there are no mountain lions living in Connecticut. “The confirmation of a wild mountain lion in our state ...

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Backus, Hartford HealthCare may affiliate
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Friday, 03 February 2012
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In a proposed move that could help cut ever-growing health care costs and improve access to medical specialists and technology for patients in southeastern Connecticut, the parent corporations of The William W. Backus Hospital and Hartford HealthCare say they have begun talks that could lead to a formal affiliation.
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Conn. Bond Commission approves $291M for UConn lab - CBS News
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Monday, 30 January 2012
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CBS Local

Conn. Bond Commission approves $291M for UConn lab
CBS News
(AP) HARTFORD, Conn. — The State Bond Commission on Monday approved $291 million in borrowing over the next decade for a proposed research laboratory to be built at the University of Connecticut Health Center in Farmington, a project the governor ...
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Connecticut Downgrade Sparks a Fiscal Health Debate - Bond Buyer
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Monday, 30 January 2012
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Connecticut Downgrade Sparks a Fiscal Health Debate
Bond Buyer
By Paul Burton Anyone who needed a wakeup call got one 10 days ago when Moody's Investors Service threw a high, hard one at Connecticut, lowering the state's general obligation bond rating to Aa3 from Aa2, citing budgetary and pension shortfalls, ...
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Are red wine's health benefits 'wishful thinking'? - The Week Magazine
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Tuesday, 17 January 2012
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MinnPost.com

Are red wine's health benefits 'wishful thinking'?
The Week Magazine
Here's what you need to know: Following a three-year investigation, the University of Connecticut Health Center fired red-wine researcher Dipak K. Das, saying he had falsified data on more than 100 occasions. The university notified 11 scientific
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Malloy proposes Sunday liquor sales - Yale Daily News
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Tuesday, 17 January 2012
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Malloy proposes Sunday liquor sales
Yale Daily News
Grandvin said that the proposed changes stem from consumer convenience and not the health of Connecticut businesses as Malloy claims. “In this day and age convenience is everything — everyone wants immediate service,” Grandvin said. ...

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Prices for medical services hard to find in Connecticut - Danbury News Times
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Tuesday, 17 January 2012
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Prices for medical services hard to find in Connecticut
Danbury News Times
Photo: Autumn Driscoll / Connecticut Post | Buy This Photo If you live in New Hampshire, you can go online and find out how much you can expect to pay for a variety of medical services all over the state. For instance, you need only visit the NH Health ...

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Connecticut High School Students to Honor Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. with ... - Business Wire (press release)
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Monday, 16 January 2012
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Connecticut High School Students to Honor Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. with ...
Business Wire (press release)
Cigna, a global health service company headquartered in Connecticut, is committed to helping people improve their health and well-being by nurturing their unique personal strengths. The King memorial demonstrates this commitment by helping
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Red wine researcher accused of fraud - San Francisco Chronicle
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Sunday, 15 January 2012
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Los Angeles Times

Red wine researcher accused of fraud
San Francisco Chronicle
Das is director of the University of Connecticut Health Center's Cardiovascular Research Center. Eleven scientific research journals that have published Das' work are being notified of the problems, which came to light after a three-year review ...
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Comparing costs for hospital procedures tough in CT - Ct Post
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Saturday, 14 January 2012
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Comparing costs for hospital procedures tough in CT
Ct Post
Photo: Autumn Driscoll / Connecticut Post | Buy This Photo If you live in New Hampshire, you can go online and find out how much you can expect to pay for a variety of medical services all over the state. For instance, you need only visit the NH Health ...

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Are schools making kids sick? - CNN
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Saturday, 14 January 2012
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Are schools making kids sick?
CNN
(CNN) -- As a third-grader in Winsted, Connecticut, last year, Matthew Asselin was sick -- a lot. He was lethargic and plagued with a persistent wet cough, respiratory infections and painful headaches. As the school year wound down, Matthew's health ...

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State covering children with health insurance. Remedy in action at one agency ... - The Connecticut Mirror
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Friday, 13 January 2012
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State covering children with health insurance. Remedy in action at one agency ...
The Connecticut Mirror
By Jacqueline Rabe Thomas Connecticut's child welfare agency spends $16.4 million a year on mental and behavioral health services, a sum that translates to about $30000 for each child. The problem, says the Department of Children and
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Conn. health programs get EPA grants - BusinessWeek
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Friday, 13 January 2012
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Conn. health programs get EPA grants
BusinessWeek
Two Connecticut programs are getting a federal funding boost for efforts to improve the residents' health. The US Environmental Protection Agency says programs in Bridgeport and Stratford are among 13 throughout New England that will receive funds ...

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Dems Line Up In Support Of Health Care Reform Act - CT Newsjunkie
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Thursday, 12 January 2012
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Honolulu Civil Beat

Dems Line Up In Support Of Health Care Reform Act
CT Newsjunkie
At the state Capitol press conference, lawmakers and State Healthcare Advocate Victoria Veltri listed ways the reform act was already helping people in Connecticut. Veltri said a $400000 grant provided by the act has helped her office more than double ...
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Government targets cases of fraudulent medical billing - Baltimore Sun
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Thursday, 12 January 2012
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Government targets cases of fraudulent medical billing
Baltimore Sun
In Connecticut, a health care facility paid nearly a half-million dollars to the federal government in a similar settlement over allegations that it had exaggerated costs associated with a prostate cancer treatment. Those allegations, and another ...

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Bioscience project draws skepticism - Ct Post
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Thursday, 12 January 2012
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Bioscience project draws skepticism
Ct Post
She spent a considerable part of the 90-minute discussion talking about plans to build a genome-research facility at the University of Connecticut Health Center in Farmington. That project would be a partnership with Jackson Laboratory, ...

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Conn. lawmakers backing national health care act - Newsday
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Thursday, 12 January 2012
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Conn. lawmakers backing national health care act
Newsday
Click here Conn. lawmakers backing national health care act Published: January 12, 2012 3:22 AM By The Associated Press (AP) -- A group of Connecticut lawmakers is backing a brief being filed in the US Supreme Court supporting the federal health care ...

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UConn researcher fabricated data, investigation finds - Boston Herald
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Thursday, 12 January 2012
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CTV.ca

UConn researcher fabricated data, investigation finds
Boston Herald
By William Weir / The Hartford Courant HARTFORD, Conn. - A three-year investigation into the work of a University of Connecticut researcher who focused on the health benefits of resveratrol - a chemical in red wine - found 145 instances of fabricated ...
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Conn. health programs get EPA grants - Boston.com
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Thursday, 12 January 2012
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Conn. health programs get EPA grants
Boston.com
BRIDGEPORT, Conn.—Two Connecticut programs are getting a federal funding boost for efforts to improve the residents' health. The US Environmental Protection Agency says programs in Bridgeport and Stratford are among 13 throughout New England that will ...

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Conn. high school clinic to offer condoms, birth control pills - msnbc.com
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Thursday, 12 January 2012
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Conn. high school clinic to offer condoms, birth control pills
msnbc.com
By NBCConnecticut.com The health center at New London High School already diagnoses and treats sexually transmitted diseases and provides pregnancy tests. Soon, it will also be handing out birth control. Beginning on March 1, the clinic Child & Family ...
High School Clinic
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CT doctor injected radiation into wrong spot on patient 29 times - Fox News
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Wednesday, 11 January 2012
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CT doctor injected radiation into wrong spot on patient 29 times
Fox News
A Connecticut doctor could face a $5000 fine after allegedly administering radiation 29 times to the wrong side of a patient's mouth during treatment for a mass, FOX CT reported. State health department lawyers proposed the fine against Dr. Richard ...
Patient Received
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