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  • Winter Comfort Food Made Easy (and Healthy)

    November 08, 2018

    By Angela Frankland Registered Dietitian With the temperatures dipping and the leaves fallen, many of us will soon turn to comfort food to help us make it through the winter months. After all, there’s nothing like a big plate of mom’s pot roast and mashed potatoes to help you fight the…

  • Dr. Patricia DeFusco to Lead Hartford HealthCare Cancer Institute Breast Program

    November 02, 2018

    Dr. Patricia DeFusco (left) with Dr. April Duckworth at the recent Pink Party in West Hartford. Dr. Patricia DeFusco, affiliated with the Hartford Hospital Division of Medical Oncology since 1986, was recently named the first director of the Breast Program for the Hartford HealthCare Cancer Institute. Her experience – and…

  • The Mammogram: Demystified

    November 01, 2018

    Since the 1980’s, the mammogram has helped reduce breast cancer deaths by about 30%. Though it saves lives, this simple, 10-minute screening has a serious public relations problem. It is a topic of legend and lore among women – and not always in a positive way. If fear of having a…

  • Summer’s Gone. What About My Diet at Fall Fairs?

    September 27, 2018

    With the breathtaking foliage and cool temperatures, it’s no surprise that fall is a favorite time of year for many of us New Englanders. But with the kids heading back to school, after-school activities and the lure of the dreaded corndog or blooming onion at the Hebron Harvest Fair, this…

  • Here’s What’s in Your Flu Vaccine: Will It Work This Season?

    September 25, 2018

    Wasn’t it just yesterday that we were sunning ourselves at Hammonasset Beach? Maybe it only feels that way, but now it’s officially fall and we only care about one thing — the coming flu season. Predicting the severity of a flu season isn’t like predicting which team will win more football…

  • Windham Hospital Gets $47,000 Grant for Paramedic Vehicle

    September 12, 2018

    PHOTO: Eileen Ossen, center, Executive Director of the Jeffrey P. Ossen Family Foundation, poses with Paul Pedchenko, left, Manager, Windham Hospital Emergency Medical Services and Shawn Maynard, right, Executive Director, Windham Hospital Foundation, next to the new paramedic intercept vehicle that was recently purchased with a $47,407 grant from the…

  • New Provider Joins Windham Hospital Cardiology Team

    September 10, 2018

    Dr. Jeffrey Glen Kegel, originally from Southern California, practiced cardiology in Hamden from 1996 to 2008 after several years in California and Pennsylvania. After 12 years in Connecticut, Kegel was asked to join the Jefferson Health system to help them create a cardiology program at the system’s financially struggling Frankford…

  • When is it Time to See a Geriatrician?

    August 30, 2018

    The population of people over the age of 65 in the United States is growing rapidly. According to the U.S. Census 98.2 million people, or one in four Americans, will be 65 or older by 2060, and 19.7 million will be age 85 or older.  The good news is that…

  • Windham Hospital: New Hip Gives Putnam Woman Renewed Life

    August 19, 2018

    When Putnam resident Cindy Dunne was in such tremendous pain that she needed hip replacement surgery, she turned to the experts in the orthopedic department at Windham Hospital. Learn more about the orthopedics services at Windham Hospital here. 

  • Geriatrician Joins Windham Hospital Staff

    August 15, 2018

    Geriatrician Mamta Singh is now accepting new patients at the Windham Hospital HealthCenter at 5 Founders St., Suite 100 in Willimantic. Her areas of interest include geriatric consultation, preventive health, cognitive decline in older adults, dementia, behavioral disturbances in advanced dementia, fall assessment, multiple morbidity and functional losses late in…


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