A new study puts numbers to an allegation central to a lawsuit against owners of the crumbling Church Street South housing complex: that neglected damp, moldy conditions made it hard for most kids and adults there to breathe.
Brenda Novak and Herb Kolodny were lucky: They got insurance coverage for their new limbs. Now they’re working on ensuring that other people who lose arms and legs have the same opportunity to restart their lives in full rather than be confined to wheelchairs.
Rosa DeLauro Monday returned home from witnessing the wreckage of Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico with an immediate task: Make sure 32-year-old Ferdinando Voltaggio has a place to stay after he gets a new kidney.
by Aneurin Canham-Clyne | Jan 19, 2018 1:03 pm | Comments (5)
The worst is yet to come this flu season, state epidemiologist Matthew Cartter said Friday morning, as part of a public call for New Haveners, especially kids, to get vaccinated.
Cartter, speaking on behalf of the Connecticut Department of Health, said the flu season will likely get over the next four weeks before gradually dissipating by early April. Cartter added that this flu season, while not catastrophic, is more severe than usual.