An FDA review process created 30 years ago called accelerated approval allows pharmaceutical companies to license promising treatments without proving they are effective. It has become a common path to market.
On a September weekday morning, Maaye May removes the lock and chain from one of two gates and enters the Niles Street Community Garden in Hartford. A 6-foot high, black-metal fence encloses the garden, which measures half the size of a football field. Within the gated oasis, the city surroundings slip away as bees, birds, […]
The Inflation Reduction Act is full of incentives for buying electric vehicles, but it’s still tricky to figure out the best time to buy one.
The cannabis companies, whose initial applications were denied, can resubmit applications to clarify who owns and controls their businesses.
For the first time in recent history, the Greenwich League of Women Voters will not host a debate for local candidates running for state office.
An August study by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) found that 1 in 50 school-age children have some type of tic disorder, including Tourette syndrome.
After nearly five decades on the air as a political reporter, Judy Woodruff, the anchor and managing editor of “PBS NewsHour,” will be retiring at the end of 2022.
Officials with Southington Public Schools say they support a high school English teacher who used a vocabulary list including terms like cisgender, transgender and white privilege.
While states await regulations from the federal Environmental Protection Agency, rising awareness in recent years has prompted more than two dozen states to take the initiative to protect their residents’ health, in many cases through bipartisan legislation.
The New Haven Police Department is planning to acquire two drones and a set of GPS equipment that can latch onto cars implicated in crimes.
In Connecticut, local politicians and aid organizations called for assistance to Puerto Rico where officials said National Guard troops have rescued more than 900 people.
These exceptions require people to jump through significant logistical, legal and bureaucratic hoops that render them nearly impossible to utilize, experts said
Diagnosis of type 2 diabetes doubled among Black children during the first year of the pandemic but decreased among white youth, according to a new study.
People in jail face significant, sometimes insurmountable, obstacles to registering to vote and accessing a ballot.
Thirty senators urged the Biden administration to use health privacy laws to bar law enforcement and others from accessing abortion records.