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
More Lives Claimed By Flu In ConnecticutAccording to the latest report from the state Department of Public Health, twenty-three people have died from influenza in Connecticut this winter.
1,676 Confirmed Flu Cases In ConnecticutThe Department of Public Health says there's been a sharp increase in flu cases across Connecticut in recent weeks.
Conn. Recipient Of Medicine In Meningitis Outbreak Is Identified; No Patients Here Are Ill
Officials: No Fungal Meningitis Cases In ConnecticutConnecticut health officials say a company linked to a deadly meningitis outbreak sent steroids to one medical practice in the state, but no illnesses are reported.
Connecticut Bill Cracks Down On Illegal Massage ParlorsState lawmakers are considering a bill that attempts to curb illegal massage parlors in Connecticut.
Charter Oak Health Center Plan Rejected, RevisedThe Charter Oak Health Center today made a second attempt at an improvement plan, after patients and staff may have been exposed to tuberculosis.