Diabetes’ Hidden Side Effect: Infertility
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Diabetes’ Hidden Side Effect: Infertility

By Shaun Williams, MD and Carolyn Gundell, M.S. As much as 50 percent of Hispanic Americans will develop diabetes, a disease where glucose (blood sugar) is too high,…

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Scores Plunge as Students Take New, Tougher Standardized Test
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Scores Plunge as Students Take New, Tougher Standardized Test

By Jacqueline Rabe Thomas | CTMirror The standardized test scores parents are accustomed to seeing for their child’s school have plunged as the state implements a harder test aligned with the controversial…

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Groundbreaking for a Downtown Health Center to Serve Everyone
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Groundbreaking for a Downtown Health Center to Serve Everyone

By Emanuela Leaf Construction of a new building for The Connecticut Institute for Communities Greater Danbury Community Health Center has begun. The 36,000-square-foot, four-story, red-brick structure will house…

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Purchasing Your Next Vehicle
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Purchasing Your Next Vehicle

By Alan Lourenco Purchasing an automobile is an important decision… actually, it is a HUGE decision. Buying a car is more than likely your largest purchase outside of…

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Green Card Applicants: Tips on How to Complete Your Case Inside the US
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Green Card Applicants: Tips on How to Complete Your Case Inside the US

By Attorney Cynthia R. Exner Foreign persons applying for permanent residency in the US who are in legal status, or have started a process before April 30, 2001,…

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What’s Happening with DAPA and Expanded DACA?
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What’s Happening with DAPA and Expanded DACA?

By Attorney Cynthia Exner On November 20, 2014, President Obama announced five executive actions. Two of these actions were very controversial: expansion of DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood…

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Infertility Demystified
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Infertility Demystified

By Dr. Shaun Williams If you are having trouble starting a family, you may feel alone, but you are not. Infertility affects 6.7 million women in the United…

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“Early Detection Key to Beating Oral Cancer”
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“Early Detection Key to Beating Oral Cancer”

By Dr. George Landress You know there are plenty of good reasons to see the dentist regularly, like catching cavities early and protecting your teeth and health from…

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How Much Auto Insurance Coverage Do I Need?
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How Much Auto Insurance Coverage Do I Need?

By Perry Salvagne Carrying minimum limits on your personal auto insurance? In short, DON’T. The Insurance Department of the State of Connecticut requires owners and operators of personal…

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Prepare Your Vehicle for Winter
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Prepare Your Vehicle for Winter

By Maria Ordonez The coldest months of the year are just around the corner. Don’t underestimate cold weather; check both the temperature and the wind chill before heading…

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