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‘Fresh Check Days’ Help College Students Stay in Check with Mental Health

At first glance, it looks like so many other events on a college campus. Inflatable obstacle courses, t-shirt tie-dying stations, and a student-led yoga class pepper the lawn. Students stroll by booths representing different campus groups, collecting Frisbees, sunglasses and other giveaways. Others line up by a row of local [...]

How to Tell if You’ve Crossed the Line From Just Messy to Hoarding

Your desk has gotten a little messy lately. Stacks of books, dirty mugs and piles of papers seem to be scattered all over the place. Are you just a little messy or could you have hoarding disorder? “If you came to my office, you’d see that I fall in the [...]

The Super Bowl Can Mean Super Grief for Some Fans

For Super Bowl 52, almost half of all televisions in the U.S. were tuned to the Super Bowl, the most watched sporting event in the country. In New England, home to many devout Patriots fans (and some fanatics), the game likely evoked a range of emotions following the team’s 41-33 [...]

Rushford Avon’s Silverman Makes Hartford Magazine’s ‘Best Doctors’ List

AVON—Dr. Samuel M. Silverman, medical director of addiction services at Rushford who sees patients at Rushford’s Avon facility, was recently named to Hartford Magazine’s Best Doctors list for 2017. Providers were chosen by their peers from The Best Doctors in America database, which includes more than 45,000 U.S. doctors in [...]

Healthcare Workers Share Similar Struggles to Those They Treat

More than 10 percent of healthcare workers are expected to misuse alcohol or drugs during the course of their professional life, according to various studies.  While that isn’t any higher than the general public, people working in healthcare may ignore their own needs to focus on caring for others. This is [...]

World Health Leaders Agree: Addiction to Video Games is Real

In the 1980’s America had “Pac Man Fever,” a supposedly harmless compulsion to play the dot munching arcade game.  There was even a popular song about the so-called affliction. Now more than 30 years later, world health leaders believe that addiction to video games is actually quite real. In December, [...]

Educational Services for Adolescents & Children

Just as no two individuals are alike, each person's behavioral health needs are unique. At Hartford HealthCare Behavioral Health Network we always take this into account to make sure each individual's path is the one to recovery.


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2017: An Unfortunate Record of Opioid Deaths

It's a record no one wants to break: more than 1,000 people died as a result of opioid overdoses in Connecticut in 2017. Dr. J. Craig Allen is an addiction medicine specialist with Hartford HealthCare.

Parkland School Shooting

Talking to your kids about the school shooting in Parkland, Florida is difficult. Here are tips from Hartford HealthCare child psychologist Dr. Laura Saunders.


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