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The fight against opioids, there's a new tactic to help physicians

J. Craig Allen, MD, Medical Director at Rushford Center, talks about what's being done to help the opioid epidemic, starting with physicians.

HealthCare Happenings March 2019

A song about addiction from a man in recovery, a veteran honored for his service during WWII, and Axel the Sim Dog - all that in this month's HealthCare Happenings.


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Seasonal Affective Disorder During COVID-19: How To Stop It

For many people, the end of Daylight Saving Time marks the beginning of seasonal affective disorder and its annual pattern [...]

CDC Survey: Mental Health Impact from COVID-19 Hits Hispanic Community Harder 

Recent data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) show that the mental health impact of COVID-19 is [...]

Binge Drinking Up 41 Percent Among Women Since COVID-19

Women have been turning to alcohol for relief from the COVID-19 pandemic at alarming rates, with a 41 percent increase [...]

More Substance Abuse, More Overdoses in the State . . . And Fewer People Seeking Help

While Connecticut’s opioid overdose statistics seemed somewhat hopeful in 2018, widespread introduction of fentanyl reversed the trend last year and [...]

September is National Suicide Prevention Awareness Month

In 2018, 48,344 Americans died by suicide — more than the number of traffic fatalities and almost double the number [...]

Amid Pandemic, Opioid Overdose Deaths Spike 18 Percent in State

Opioid overdose deaths jumped more than 18 percent in the first six months of this year in Connecticut, lending truth to earlier assertions by Hartford HealthCare experts that the COVID-19 pandemic would result in more use and related problems. Dr. J. Craig Allen, medical director of Rushford in the system’s [...]



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