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Kaiser Health News

Formula May Be Right for Infants, but Experts Warn That Toddlers Don’t Need It

Higher Ed Drive

How Can Colleges Prepare for the Possibility the Supreme Court Will Strike Down Race-Conscious Admissions?

View from the car behind orange highway maintenance truck spreading de-icing salt and sand, crystals dropping on the ice covered asphalt road.

Connecticut Institute of Water Resources Expands Groundwater Safety Efforts

The U.S. Department of Agriculture is funding an effort to lessen contamination of groundwater and enable more frequent testing of rural wells

Celebrating Hispanic Heritage: UConn Health Pulmonologist Dr. Mario Perez

Hispanic Heritage Month is September 15 to October 15. "Hispanic Heritage means feeling proud and honored to belong to a community that is willing to serve others," shares Dr. Mario Perez of UConn Health.

New Residency Program is a Hidden Gem of Medicine

The inaugural Residents of the Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (PM&R) Residency at the University of Connecticut School of Medicine are pioneers of the new program that began in July. We caught up with some of the Residents of the program to learn more.

the UConn School of Pharmacy building

Angela Su Wins AFPE Gateway to Research Award

The American Foundation for Pharmaceutical Education (AFPE) has awarded UConn School of Pharmacy student Angela "Ange" Su with the prestigious AFPE Gateway to Research Award.

Connecticut Public Radio

Live Long and Prosper, but How?

The Conversation

Polio Vaccination Rates in Some Areas of the US Hover Dangerously Close to the Threshold Required for Herd Immunity – Here’s Why That Matters

District Administration

Want to Become a ‘Whole Child’ School? Here Are Two Sets of Blueprints

Sail magazine

Renowned Sailors Speak of Heavy Weather in Blue Water