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Weight Loss

How to Get Some Help to Take Off the Weight

Dr. Thomas J. Lane Director of the Weigh Your Options, The Hospital of Central Connecticut Just as the clock ticks midnight on Jan. 1, resolutions are made to achieve personal goals or make lifestyle changes. A great number of resolutions are made, and broken, that revolve around weight loss. If...

Flu Season

I’m Sneezy, Achy and Tired: Is It the Flu?

The New Year is here, and while so many people have high hopes of good health for 2020, others are already suffering from the flu and other illnesses. We are in the midst of a very active flu season. More than 6 million people in the United States have already...

Coronary calcium score.

This 5-Minute Test Reveals Your Heart Disease Risk

Do you know your coronary calcium score? Screening helps you understand your risk of heart disease Coronary artery disease, also known as heart disease, is the No. 1 cause of death for men and women. Knowing your risk before you experience symptoms could save your life. Thanks to coronary calcium...


Dermatologist: What to Look for In a Skin-Cleansing Product

From the heat and humidity to lathering your skin with sunscreen, you may have the tendency to wash your face more often during the summer months. And then comes the moisture-deprived winter months. Hartford HealthCare dermatologist Dr. Meagan McCusker talks about the proper techniques when it comes to cleansing and moisturizing your...

Cancer Survivors

How to Remain Healthy After Cancer Treatment? Here’s the Plan.

Nearly 16 million Americans are now cancer survivors, reflecting the great improvements in early detection and treatment over the past 10-20 years. Interestingly, approximately 66 percent of these survivors are more than five years out since their diagnosis. Approximately 17 percent are 20 years from the diagnosis!  About half of...