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Supreme Court affirms joint responsibility principle in fatality case
Salem, Connecticut
The Czech Supreme Court has affirmed a principle of joint responsibility in instances when a group of assailants causes the death of a particular individual, writes Aktualne.cz. The ruling relates to a drawn-out 2007 murder case in which an argument among a group of people led to a fight and subsequent...
August 26 2014
Doctor quits hospital after nurse charged with murder in suspected euthanasia case
Connecticut
A doctor responsible for a patient who died of a suspected overdose of potassium has quit working at the hospital in Rumburk in North Bohemia where the death took place, the news site Aktuálně.cz reported. On Friday police charged a former nurse at the hospital with murder in connection with the case....
August 25 2014
OdysseyRe ensures AmeriCares $2 million
Connecticut
The OdysseyRe Foundation has committed $2 million over the next five years to support AmeriCares disaster response work and the AmeriCares free clinics in Connecticut.
August 24 2014
Health pros warn against thinness at any cost
Connecticut
Eating disorders in Connecticut About 3.4 percent of Connecticut's population has an eating disorder. Many of those affected are young. Here are some facts on youth and eating disorders in the state.
August 24 2014
Health Notes: Bereavement support, free hearing tests and more
Connecticut
Are you grieving the loss of a loved one? A 10-week program meets at St. Stephen’s Parish, 6948 Main Street, Trumbull, Wednesdays, 4-5:30. Registration required: 203-268-6217.
August 24 2014
Health Notes: Gamblers Anonymous, Free HIV/HCV tests, Al-Anon and more
Connecticut
Health Notes is a weekly feature that highlights health and wellness news in the area. Hospitals and other health related agencies may e-mail items to scappetta@hersamacorn.com.
August 24 2014
Health Notes: Parkinson’s fitness, mammography screening and more
Connecticut
Health Notes is a weekly feature that highlights health and wellness news in the area. Hospitals and other health related agencies may e-mail items to scappetta@hersamacorn.com.
August 24 2014
Uncle accused of niece's murder has lengthy criminal record
Connecticut
An uncle told police that he was high on drugs when he stabbed his 1-year-old niece in the stomach.
August 24 2014
Watch: Girl Testifies At Ex's Trial For Murdering Her New Love
Connecticut
Part 3: Erika Friman said she felt like Pedro Bravo's journal was "like in the mind of ... a sick person."
August 23 2014
Pistorius shot using 'primal instincts', defense says
Fairfield, Connecticut
PRETORIA (Reuters) - Oscar Pistorius' "primal instincts" kicked in when he shot dead his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp because he was in a vulnerable and fearful state, his defense lawyer said at the athlete's murder trial on Friday.
August 22 2014
Brothers sentenced in serial burglary case that residents say robbed Lyme of its sense of security
Chester, Connecticut
New London Superior Court Judge Hillary B. Strackbein told brothers Justin and Karl Weissinger from Lyme that they had stolen the security of the entire community as she sentenced them in connection...
August 21 2014
Hernandez cousin pleads guilty
Bristol, Connecticut
Tanya Singleton pleaded guilty Tuesday to criminal contempt in connection with the investigation of murder charges against her cousin, Aaron Hernandez. Singleton refused to testify before a grand jury even though she had been granted immunity.
August 20 2014
Skakel Returns To Court In Stamford
Stamford, Connecticut
Michael Skakel returned to court in Stamford today for a motion to suppress tapes from an incriminating interview he did. Skakel was convicted in the 1975 murder of Martha Moxley, his 15-year-old neighbor in Greenwich, Connecticut, but the decision was …
August 18 2014
Connecticut No. 3 Nationwide In Annual Spending Per Person
Rhode Island
Growth Rate Near the Bottom Connecticut residents spend more on average than almost anywhere else in the country. When the total spending on housing, utilities, health care, groceries, eating out, insurance, clothing and shoes and so on is divided by every man, woman and child, it was $45,800 in 2012, according to a new federal report.
August 15 2014
Fitch Downgrades Lawrence & Memorial Hospital (CT) Revs to 'A'; Outlook Revised to Stable
Rhode Island
Fitch Ratings has downgraded to 'A' from 'A+' the rating on $50.7 million State of Connecticut Health and Educational Facilities Authority revenue bonds, series F issued on
August 15 2014
Healthcare Solutions Appoints Joe Pagano to Executive Vice President of Managed Care Services
Connecticut
ATLANTA -- via PRWEB - Healthcare Solutions, the parent company of Cypress Care, Procura Management, ScripNet and Modern Medical, today announced the appointment of Joe Pagano as executive vice president ...
August 14 2014
Residents tell councilors of hospital concerns
Connecticut
SOUTHINGTON — Hartford HealthCare’s plans to eliminate inpatient services at The Hospital of Central Connecticut at Bradley Memorial are meeting opposition.
August 14 2014
Residents pursue petitions against closing Southington hospital inpatient unit
Connecticut
SOUTHINGTON — Through petitions and letter campaigns, residents are trying to keep Hartford Healthcare from closing the inpatient unit at the Bradley campus of the Hospital of Central Connecticut.
August 14 2014
Agreement eludes HOCC and Anthem
Connecticut
HARTFORD — The Hospital of Central Connecticut may be out of the Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield network come Oct. 1.
August 14 2014
Hospital officials postpone Bradley plans after Southington opposition
Connecticut
SOUTHINGTON – Hartford HealthCare officials backed off a plan to seek state approval in September to close the emergency room at Bradley Memorial after “listening to the community.”
August 14 2014
Brand new Bradley
Connecticut
The Hospital of Central Connecticut plans to reconfigure and expand services in Southington, while eliminating 15 inpatient beds at its Bradley Memorial campus.
August 14 2014
Aetna 2Q profit rises 2.4 percent
Connecticut
Aetna's second-quarter profit climbed more than 2 percent, as gains from an acquisition helped the health insurer top expectations and raise its 2014 earnings forecast again. But the Hartford, Connecticut, ...
August 14 2014
A new Bradley: Big changes eyed for Southington hospital
Connecticut
The Hospital of Central Connecticut plans to reconfigure and expand services in Southington, while eliminating 15 inpatient beds at its Bradley Memorial campus.
August 14 2014
Residents speak out against plans for Bradley Hospital in Southington
Connecticut
SOUTHINGTON — Dozens of residents spoke at Monday’s Town Council meeting against plans by Hartford HealthCare to close the inpatient unit at the Bradley Memorial campus of the Hospital of Central Connecticut and move the emergency room to Queen Street.
August 14 2014
Home Health Care Workers Getting Pay Hikes, But Non-Union Employee Fees On Hold
Connecticut
HARTFORD - Pay increases for approximately 6,500 Connecticut home health care workers mandated under a new contract will start taking effect on Friday, but uncertainty over a recent federal court decision means union-related fees have been put on hold.
August 14 2014
Public reaction helps Bradley Hospital live to see another day
Connecticut
SOUTHINGTON —Hartford Healthcare is delaying its plans to shut down its inpatient facilities at its Bradley Campus of the Hospital of Central Connecticut, citing the negative public reaction to the proposal.
August 14 2014
Bristol Hospital officials share deal’s details with The Press
Connecticut
Bristol Hospital officials this week announced that it is moving forward on the long-awaited $50 million sale to Tenet Healthcare, including an agreement by Tenet to spend another $45 million in hospital capital improvements in the years following the sale.
August 14 2014
No Charges Filed In N.Y. Crash That Killed Connecticut Soldier
Connecticut
HARTFORD — No charges had been filed as of Friday afternoon in motor vehicle collision that killed a Connecticut Army National Guard soldier and injured another on I-95 in Rye, N.Y., police said.
August 14 2014
Soldier Killed, Second Injured When Army National Guard Truck Crashes
Connecticut
HARTFORD — No charges had been filed as of Friday afternoon in an motor vehicle accident that killed a Connecticut Army National Guard solider and injured another on I-95 in Rye, N.Y., New York State Police said.
August 14 2014
WARRANT: Accused murderer of 1995 'Jane Does' lied to family, faked move to Australia
Connecticut
NEW BRITAIN — The Ohio man accused of killing his wife and daughter in 1995 and dumping their bodies in Massachusetts and New Britain covered up their disappearance by telling relatives that they were moving to Australia, according to a search warrant.
August 14 2014
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