State Logs First Flu DeathThe state has recorded it's first flu death of the season.
Medical Group: 953 Vaccines, Tests May Be IneffectiveA Connecticut medical group recommends more than 900 people get second vaccinations or tuberculosis tests because the first vaccines and tests might have been ineffective.
Legislative Panel To Hold Health Care HearingsThe sessions follow the settlement if an impasse between Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield and Hartford HealthCare
New Haven Sues OxyContin Maker Over Opioid CrisisA Connecticut city is suing the company that manufactures OxyContin for "deceptive marketing" that is blamed for the city's opioid crisis.
40 Percent Of Doctors, Nurses Go To Work With The Flu, Survey FindsAccording to a survey of nearly 2,000 healthcare professionals, over 40 percent who say they've worked while sick actually had the flu as they met patients.
Health Insurance Enrollment Fair Planned In FairfieldConnecticut's health insurance marketplace is holding an enrollment fair in Fairfield to sign up consumers looking to secure health insurance for 2018.
UConn Doctors Using 3-D Models To Practice Delicate SurgeryDoctors at the University of Connecticut are using 3-D printing technology to help them practice delicate brain surgery.
Teen Girls Get Hands-On Introduction To careers In SurgeryForty girls from high schools around Connecticut are getting some hands-on training in orthopedic surgery at the UConn Health center.
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Washington State, Seattle Are Latest To Sue Opioid MakersWashington state and the city of Seattle on Thursday joined more than two dozen other government entities across the country suing to hold opioid makers accountable for an addiction crisis that has claimed thousands of lives.

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