Beth Cheney was interviewed by Ch. 3 about Butterbur, a supplement used to treat migraines.
Dr. Kelly Johnson-Arbor was interviewed about a Vermont teenager was transferred nearly 4 hours to HH for treatment in the hyperbaric chamber after suffering CO poisoning while off-roading with his friends on Sunday.
Beth Cheney, Nurse Practitioner at Hartford Hospital talks about spring
cleaning your health with news anchor Hena Daniels on WFSB, Ch. 3. http://www.wfsb.com/story/25058103/spring-is-time-to-clean-up-your-health
Osteoporosis in Men? Dr. Joel Miller sits down with WFSB, Anchor Irene O'Connor to discuss the topic; a condition just as serious for men as it is for women. http://www.wfsb.com/story/25262335/osteoporosis-a-serious-problem-for-men
Laser hair removal is gaining popularity as we approach the summer months. WFSB Anchor Irene O'Connor takes a look at the treatment offered at Hartford Healthcare MedSpa. http://www.wfsb.com/video?clipId=10064706&autostart=true
A touching story of a 4th grade student who donated 150 handmade hats to the Helen and Harry Gray Cancer Center at Hartford Hospital. Mary Grace Golinski was so inspired by her teacher who died of Cancer that she wanted to do something in her honor. http://media.harthosp.org:80/ermweb/player?id=4KuiV560&fullwindow=true
News 8 Reporter Bob Wilson features a training exercise
at the Center for Education, Simulation and Innovation (CESI) at Hartford
Hospital. A group of military personnel and physicians were practicing surgery
and rescue operations in an austere environment. http://media.harthosp.org:80/ermweb/player?id=5X3AA0hj&fullwindow=true
Hartford Healthcare's new $110 million bone and joint institute that will reshape Hartford Hospital's campus. http://www.hartfordbusiness.com/article/20140407/PRINTEDITION/304039933
Dr. Jeffrey Morganstern discusses the rise in kidney stones with WFSB Anchor, Irene O'Connor. http://www.wfsb.com/video?clipId=10016348&autostart=true
The incredible story of how Dr. Jason Gluck and his team saved a young woman's life after complications from a UTI.
Dr. Len Jacobs on News 8 discussing how Hartford Hospital is leading the way when it comes to responding to mass casualty incidents. Hartford Hospital became the first in the nation to install bleeding control bags in all main areas of the hospital.http://media.harthosp.org:80/ermweb/player?id=C3x84We2&width=853&height=480&autoplay=true&fullwindow=true
Dr. Maria Johnson on FOX CT discussing colon cancer. http://foxct.com/2014/03/26/colon-cancer-awareness-month/
Dr. Raveen Mehendru on the Colin McEnroe show on WNPR. The topic was hearing voices. http://m.wnpr.org/?utm_referrer=#mobile/18996
Dr. Paul Thompson interviewed by the Wall Street Journal on runners and coronary artery disease. http://online.wsj.com/news/article_email/SB10001424052702303949704579461381883678174-lMyQjAxMTA0MDIwNjEyNDYyWj
Dr. Charles McKay was interviewed by Ch. 3 Reporter Jill Konopka about the rise in heroin-related deaths. http://www.wfsb.com/story/24969638/police-crack-down-on-new-potent-form-of-heroin
Dr. Hank Schwartz interview on WNPR yesterday discussing the Peter Lanza interview.
A pregnant woman was brought to HH after exposure to carbon monoxide. She and her baby are fine after being treated in the hyperbaric chamber. We had Dr. Kelly Johnson-Arbor interview with WTNH and WFSB about CO poisoning and how we use hyperbaric therapy for treatment.
Dr. Jack Ross on Ch. 8 to talk with Medical Reporter Jocelyn Maminta about the two cases of the measles in Fairfield County. http://touch.wtnh.com/r2640/982ef791
Dr. Laura Saunders interviewed by Ch. 3 reporter Susan Raff on the father of Adam Lanza's interview. The story aired at 5 p.m.
Dr. Inam Kureshi interviewed with News 8 Reporter Bob Wilson on brain injuries sustained in victims of the "knockout game." Lawmakers are looking to impose stiff penalties on those who participate in the game of randomly knocking out people. http://touch.wtnh.com/r2640/f70b1078
Dr. Heather Einstein is interviewed live on Ch. 3 discussing women who have the BRCA 1 gene.
Watch Dr. Steven Zweibel on WFSB, Ch. 3 as he becomes the first Electrophysiologist in the state to implant a new cardiac monitor (Medtronic Reveal LINQ.) These devices are used to detect arrhythmias like atrial fibrillation, which can cause palpitations, passing out, and stroke.
Dr. Inam Kureshi discusses sports and concussions
Watch Dr. Steven Zweibel on WFSB, Ch. 3 as he becomes the first
Electrophysiologist in the state to implant a new cardiac monitor
(Medtronic Reveal LINQ.) These devices are used to detect arrhythmias
like atrial fibrillation, which can cause palpitations, passing out, and
stroke. http://media.harthosp.org/ermweb/player?id= 38mS7Plw
Dr. Heather Einstein is interviewed live on Ch. 3 discussing women who have the BRCA 1 gene. http://media.harthosp.org/ermweb/player?id= a0WqWBLK
Dr. Hank Schwartz on WTNH, News 8 was interviewed by reporter Jocelyn Maminta yesterday on the topic of suicide.
Dr. Andy Salner on WFSB, Channel 3 discusses a study that found diets high in protein can lead to premature death.
Dr. Darren Tischler on WTIC AM radio discussing a study underway at the
Genetics Research Center how patients respond to weight loss surgery.
The research will identify specific genes that can help doctors make
treatment genetically specific to each patient. http://media.harthosp.org/ermweb/player?id=kdBBD913
Can exercising in the cold weather help you lose even more weight? Dr. Spencer Erman weighs in…Watch his interview on Ch. 3.
Money At Root Of Mental Health Care Woes with Dr. Hank Schwartz
Dr. Laura Saunders on WFSB discussing Facebook obsessions.
CT Science and Hartford HealthCare Rehabilitation Network work demonstrating speed skating.
Drs. Andrew Salner and Kelly Johnson Arbor discuss medical marijuana dosing for cancer patients.
Dr. Eric Crespo discusses Anterior Fibrillation and his patient successfully treated for the condition.
Dr. Louise McCullough on News 8 discussing guidelines released for women and stroke. Dr. McCullough was vice chair of the committee that instituted the guidelines for women.