When Stamford’s Purdue Pharma released OxyContin they marketed it like no other high-strength painkiller had ever been marketed. Today four out of five new heroin users start by misusing prescription painkillers and prescription pill addiction has become a scourge in its own right.
Danbury resident Dave Bonan gave up his car 15 years ago and hasn't looked back.
Healing the World: From Haiti to Uganda, Connecticut Doctors Increasingly Drawn to International Work
Interest in global health missions, both in Connecticut and elsewhere, has increased among doctors and medical students in recent years.
The Susan B. Anthony Project in Torrington is committed to assisting and advocating for the victims of domestic and sexual violence.
Several high school students at the Engineering & Science University Magnet School in New Haven have earned their school $20,000 in Samsung Technology Products and the opportunity to win additional prizes in the $2 million Samsung Solve for Tomorrow Contest.
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- AIDS Project New Haven Provides Support & Prevention for Population Living with HIV | Comments
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- A Man & His Bike: Danbury Resident Celebrates 15 Years Without Car | Comments
- Healing the World: From Haiti to Uganda, Connecticut Doctors Increasingly Drawn to International Work | Comments
- Susan B. Anthony Project Offers Lifeline to Victims of Domestic & Sexual Violence | Comments
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