A new National Survey of Drug Use and Health shows Connecticut residents from 2011-2012 were above average when it came to marijuana, cocaine and alcohol use.
Computer problems with Connecticut’s health care exchange have led to some customers being dropped by their insurance carriers.
The Connecticut Department of Public Health is launching a plan to reduce the prevalence of chronic disease in the state.
Newly released data show the majority of Connecticut residents who signed up for private health insurance plans through the state’s exchange are 35 years and older.
The flu is starting to really rear its ugly head in Connecticut.
The state’s health insurance marketplace is contacting thousands of people who started, but did not complete, applications for coverage. They’re being reminded that only a few days remain to get coverage on Jan. 1.