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Armand Dieli and his granddaughter, Christine Kjellquist, share a passion for ballroom dancing. At age 89, he remains a graceful presence on any dance floor. This is particularly true when Christine - a professional ballroom dance instructor - is his partner. But nearly a decade ago, the Suffield resident noticed some changes. He feet trembled. His balance wasn't quite right. Doctors would later diagnose him with Parkinson’s Disease. Yet he continued to dance. In fact, dancing likely helped his body cope.


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Heart of the Matter: Colchester Woman, 47, Gets Transplant

Colchester resident Cindy Sypher had already survived one heart attack. So when she started to feel strange in a similar manner while traveling to work one morning, she took it seriously. She remembers getting herself to a local urgent care center — and nothing else until she awoke on a [...]

The Best (And Worst) Mood-Altering Food

Can what we eat affect more than our waistline? Many times, during our visit to a doctor’s office, we’re told how to eat to keep us physically healthy. For example, a DASH (Dietary Approach to Stop Hypertension) diet may help lower blood pressure while a low-glycemic diet can help with [...]

Have You Had Your Colon Screening Lately?

By Dr. Rafal Barczak Colon cancer was the second-leading cause of cancer deaths in the United States last year, but that statistic can change for the better.  It is one of the most treatable forms of cancer when found early. Having regular colonoscopies starting at age 50 can save your [...]

Hartford HealthCare Signs Letter of Intent to Acquire St. Vincent’s Medical Center in Bridgeport

Ascension and its St. Vincent’s Medical Center in Bridgeport have signed a non-binding letter of intent with Hartford HealthCare for Hartford to acquire St. Vincent’s and all of its related operations.  St. Vincent’s, with more than 3,200 associates, includes a licensed 473-bed community teaching hospital, a 76-bed inpatient psychiatric facility [...]

Hartford HealthCare, Tufts to Offer Medicare Advantage Plans in State

Hartford HealthCare today announced it is forming a health insurance company with Tufts Health Plan of Massachusetts to provide Connecticut residents eligible for Medicare with cost-effective Medicare Advantage plans. The joint venture, CarePartners of Connecticut Inc., anticipates joining the state’s Medicare Advantage health insurance market Jan. 1, 2019, pending regulatory [...]

Study: Hormonal Birth Control Does Not Increase Risk of Breast Cancer

When it comes to a connection between hormone contraceptives and breast cancer, there seems little for women to worry about, according to a recent study. Dr. Sapna Khubchandani, an oncologist and breast health specialist with Hartford HealthCare Medical Group Oncology and Hematology in Waterford, says the study published in the [...]


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