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  • Feeling Powerless After Isaias, COVID-19? It’s a Test of Our Coping Skills

    August 05, 2020

    After the COVID-19 pandemic, a state shutdown, mass unemployment and disruption of school and family life comes Isaias, one of the most devastating tropical storms to hit Connecticut since Sandy in 2012. Enough is enough. “This sort of disaster over the last 24 hours has absolutely pushed some people to…

  • Movement Disorders Center Expands to Stamford, Litchfield County

    August 04, 2020

    As the expansion of the Hartford HealthCare Chase Family Movement Disorders Center continues, the team welcomes two  movement disorders doctors who will bring the same amount of comprehensive care you count on to new areas of the state. Dr. Leon Meytin, a movement disorders neurologist, sees patients in the Stamford location….

  • Researchers: Inhibiting Gene in Test Mice Can Eliminate Parkinson’s Tremors

    August 04, 2020

    When University of California-San Diego (UCSD) scientists transformed brain cells into functioning neurons that restored dopamine, eliminating Parkinson’s disease motor symptoms in test mice, humans watched with anticipation. The research, “Reversing a model of Parkinson’s disease with in situ converted nigral neurons,” was published this summer in the journal Nature….

  • How to Make it Through The Toughest Days of COVID-19

    August 04, 2020

    By Amanda Brill Licensed Clinical Social Worker Hartford HealthCare Chase Family Movement Disorders Center It’s entirely reasonable during a pandemic to feel more stressed, anxious, lonely and depressed than usual. Yet, despite the circumstances, some people seemed to be doing OK. Researchers wanted to know what they were or were…

  • How to Stay Connected, Light On, Without a Generator During a Power Outage

    August 04, 2020

    We all know what comes first for the tech-obsessed in a power outage. Internet access! Duh! Then lights, of course, to see where you dropped your phone. Unless you own a generator, refrigerators and basement freezers are on their own. Food can wait. First, we have to check our Facebook…

  • Keep Your Eye on Nutrition, Exercise (Not the Scale) When Losing Weight

    August 03, 2020

    With the growing popularity of weight-loss apps, like Noom and Weight Watchers, it’s never been easier to get your own, personalized plan to help shed some unwanted pounds. Although  these apps certainly can be effective, the fitness experts from Hartford HealthCare remind you that there are many factors  when setting…

  • The Mask Fight Continues During COVID-19. But The Vinyl Glove Surrenders.

    August 03, 2020

    It’s time to bury vinyl gloves as a COVID-era safety accessory. People still argue about wearing a mask until they’re blue in the face, but vinyl gloves are out. What a difference from March, when parking lots at local supermarkets and big-box retailers were littered with vinyl gloves discarded by…

  • Hurricane Isaias Heading Our Way: Here’s The Plan

    July 31, 2020

    With Tropical Storm Isaias tracking through Connecticut, it’s a good time for a storm preparedness refresher from Hartford HealthCare‘s Emergency Operations team: 1. Make a PLAN Plan before you act. It will help you prepare and assure family members. Take time before the storm to talk to your family and…

  • ERRACE, Annual Cancer Ride/Run, Goes Virtual. Sign Up Here.

    July 31, 2020

    Unlike many other activities, cancer care has continued during the COVID-19 pandemic. At the Hartford HealthCare Cancer Institute, patients are seeking diagnosis and treatment for various types of cancers throughout the pandemic. That is why it’s important to push ahead with fundraising efforts to help them. “To say that things…

  • How All of Us Can Help Protect Cancer Patients During COVID-19

    July 31, 2020

    Editor’s note: This recently ran as an op-ed in The Hartford Courant. By Drs. Peter P. Yu and Andrew L. Salner The coronavirus pandemic has upended every component of our lives, but it is having a particularly profound effect on how hospitals treat cancer patients. We are recalibrating quickly, but…


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