Advertisements often promote lower costs and extra benefits, some of which are already available to seniors, the Wesleyan Media Project found.
Yale is studying whether giving direct cash assistance to recently incarcerated people in New Haven and Bridgeport improves their health outcomes.
A new report found that inequities resulted in 14,000 excess deaths among CT’s Black population compared to its white demographic.
A year after the national 988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline was launched, calls have surged in Connecticut and across the country.
Two months after the end of a policy that allowed people to stay on Medicaid regardless of income, 46,140 people in CT lost coverage.
A bill calls for a working group to be convened by July to advise the DPH commissioner regarding methods to alleviate ER crowding.
After the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade, CT opened an information hotline, enacted new legal protections, and increased the number of providers.
The latest version of the bill addresses legal concerns raised by the Judiciary Committee last year to minimize the risk of misuse.
People with lived experience of gun violence are aiming to stop the cycle of trauma by intervening at the bedside of gunshot victims.
The Transitions Clinic Network, which provides health care to people recently released from prison, is expanding to New London and Waterbury.
When Amanda, 28, found out that she was pregnant with her second child, she was in the middle of the COVID-19 pandemic and struggling with opioid use disorder.