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  1. Grant will support Waterbury community care team sustainability

    Connecticut Health Foundation awards two grants this quarter

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  2. Black women and the pandemic, and more in this week’s roundup

    In this news roundup, learn about the Black mortality gap, who is unvaccinated in Connecticut, and more.

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  3. Telemedicine and family doctors, barriers to dental care for people with developmental disorders, and more in this week’s roundup

    ORAL HEALTH
    Dental care is tough to find for people with autism, other developmental disorders
    David Tuller, The Washington Post, April 22
    People…

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  4. Complex questions of fairness in organ donations, barriers to treatment for moms with depression, and more in this week’s roundup

    HEALTH EQUITY
    Silenced by fear
    Aneri Pattani, Philadelphia Inquirer, April 5
    Experts agree that postpartum depression is highly underreported.…

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  5. Grant will support national effort to rethink the future of health and well-being

    HARTFORD, Conn. (April 1, 2019) – The Connecticut Health Foundation is joining a national philanthropic partnership to develop new visions for…

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  6. Four very different stories of homelessness in CT, the difficult reality of finding black donors for face transplants, and more

    HEALTH EQUITY
    Face transplant patients endure a long and painful journey — and it’s even worse for black patients
    Liz Kowalczyk, The Boston…

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  7. Women’s Health Center at Saint Francis: Making sure oral health is part of prenatal care

    It was 11 a.m. on Christmas Eve when the woman came to see Dr. Walter Trymbulak. She was there for her regular prenatal visit, but she also had a more…

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  8. Coverage gaps limit care after prison, the high prevalence of cavities in minority children and more in this week’s roundup

    Health equity
    The high cost of taking away prisoners’ Medicaid coverage
    Lydia DePillis, CNN Money, April 18
    For Lori Stone, getting out of prison…

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  9. Week of February 19, 2018

    health equity
    Gene-editing technology could end sickle cell disease, but signing up black patients for clinical trials will be a hard sellUsha Lee…

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  10. The effects of CT’s budget cuts on access to dental care

    Today’s post is written by Mary Boudreau, Executive Director of the Connecticut Oral Health Initiative (COHI), one of CT Health’s oral health…

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