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Blue Cross Blue Shield study tracks deteriorating health among unpaid caregivers

61% of Americans are taking care of or looking out for a friend, neighbor or family member.

Fauci meets the CT press: State ‘is in a good place’

Nevertheless, the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases warned, "You need to be very flexible" as the COVID-19 situation evolves. "This is a very serious situation that our country is facing. We've gotten hit quite badly."

Suite Talk: Joanna Frank, president and CEO of the Center for...

"The building industry doesn't really understand mental health very well," said Frank.

WebMD poll: One in 10 believe they have COVID-19

For those who believed they had the virus, nearly two-third described the symptoms as mild.

Polish kickboxing champ Mariusz Janicki muscles his way into Danbury fitness...

"I don’t worry about the competition – they’re always going to be there," said Janicki.

Tips to help make walking more fun and effective

With the days getting warmer and longer, people can finally put on their shoes and experience the many health benefits of walking – which may be one of the simplest and best ways to exercise.

Norwalk’s Damien Vega U-turns his life into fitness entrepreneurship

"What I try to preach and what I instill in my lifestyle is eating instinctively and intuitively," said Damien Vega.

CT Department of Public Health aims to cut HIV to zero

DPH Commissioner Raul Pino seeks a "reframing of current thinking on HIV and retooling of strategies to curb HIV."

Newman’s Own Foundation puts new focus on Native American nutritional health

"Too little attention has been paid to the Native American population and organizations," said Bob Forrester, president and CEO of Newman's Own Foundation.

Norwalk physician turns entrepreneur with vegan eggplant jerky

Amy Wiesner, a Norwalk-based naturopathic physician and acupuncturist, has created Verky, a vegan organic jerky that substitutes beef with eggplant.

Holistic health coach promotes ‘the big picture’ on Danbury campus

“I don’t like the term ‘holistic’ because people think of us as old hippies," said Christel Autuori, director of the Institute for Holistic Health Studies.

Alliance for Gene Cancer Therapy funded pioneering cancer treatment research

Dr. Carl June of the University of Pennsylvania, the lead researcher in developing the CAR-T therapy, received $1 million in AGCT funding in 2004 and $800,000 in 2008.

Westport startup takes new approach to pharmacy retailing

In researching pharmacy retailing, Hein decided that his store would avoid duplicating the visual style and emotional substance of the traditional-focused competition.

Boom in tick population keeps vets, ERs and landscapers busy

One business sector that has been profiting from the problems brought by ticks are landscapers that offer tick-control services.

Fairfield County faulted in air quality report

In measuring high ozone days during the past year, Fairfield and seven of the eight Connecticut counties received an overall grade of F.