Hartford — A Yale expert on the health impacts of marijuana spent more than two hours cautioning legislators against legalizing the drug, saying a safe system might theoretically exist — but he hasn’t seen one.
Hartford — State Rep. Josh Elliott is a lawmaker, successful business owner and law school graduate. He is also, he said Tuesday, a casual marijuana user pushing to legalize, regulate and tax marijuana in the state.
Emergency crews worked through the night to find beds for elderly patients at the former Jewish Home for the Aged on Davenport Avenue after a frozen sprinkler burst and water leaked into the facility’s main electrical panel.
by Camille Seaberry and Mark Abraham | Mar 1, 2017 9:02 am
Understanding the social determinants of health—the ways individual health is linked to neighborhood conditions, location, and socioeconomic factors—is central to the purpose of the 500 Cities Project and is crucial in a state so often marked by inequities.
New Havener Bethany Wider knows what it’s like to rely on the Affordable Care Act (ACA). So when she heard rumblings of a grassroots rally to support the ACA in New Haven, she perked up, got her sign-making materials in order, and headed to the New Haven Green.
Hartford — When he returned to New Haven in 2015, Dr. Byron Kennedy encountered a troubling statistic: Approximately 3,000 kids in the city’s public school system weren’t up to statewide immunization standards. And those were just the students who were accounted for.