State Nixes Free Rabies Test In Cases Without Human ExposureThe Connecticut Department of Public Health's laboratory will no longer provide state-funded testing of rabid wild animals suspected of infecting pets if there was no human exposure.
DPH Issues Drought AdvisoryThe state Department of Public Health is issuing a drought advisory for Connecticut.
Zika Awareness Campaign Underway At BradleyConnecticut officials have kicked off a Zika virus awareness campaign at Bradley International Airport.
Program Helping Health Professionals Hopes To Receive FundsA nonprofit agency that helps troubled Connecticut health care professionals is hopeful a six-month delay in funds it expected from a special state license fee will be cleared up.
2 New Connecticut Zika Cases ReportedThe state Department of Public Health is announcing two more Zika cases in Connecticut.
State Confirms First Case Of Zika In Pregnant WomanThe state Department of Public Health says a pregnant Connecticut woman has tested positive for the Zika virus.
DPH Commissioner Defends Failed Hospital Deal
Connecticut to Launch Disease Prevention PlanThe Connecticut Department of Public Health is launching a plan to reduce the prevalence of chronic disease in the state.
Two Flu Deaths In Connecticut
Caution Advised For Those Who Work In Hot Conditions
State Investigating New Jersey Based PharmacyThe Connecticut Department of Consumer Protection and the Department of Public Health are both investigating a New Jersey based compound pharmacy. This comes after officials learned that a Connecticut hospital received some bags of intravenous solution that appeared cloudy with visible floating particles, which may have been contaminated.
Nursing Home to Get New Manager