3 weight-loss surgery myths, busted
Stamford Health's Director of Bariatric Surgery explains why the procedure could save your life.
10 simple tips for healthier eating, from a registered dietitian
Simple tips from Stamford Health's registered dietitian on how to eat healthier as a family.
Everything you need to know about the updated COVID-19 booster
Do I need to get the updated booster? Who is eligible for the new shot? Dr. Asha Shah answers common questions about the bivalent booster.
Walking just 10 minutes a day could improve your health
Walking does wonders for your whole body. Research shows that it can help lower blood pressure and cholesterol, manage heart disease, stroke, and Type 2 diabetes.
The importance of childhood vaccinations – and how to get back on track
In Connecticut, the pandemic has disrupted many families’ routine health care schedules, including those for children’s vaccinations. A Stamford Health doctor shares advice.
Considering breastfeeding? 3 simple tips for new parents
August marks the beginning of National Breastfeeding Month. This month offers a great opportunity to raise awareness of breastfeeding and all of the options and resources available for new parents.
How to avoid ticks this summer – and remove them the right way
Ticks are most active from spring through fall. In CT, we usually start to see more tick bites around June and lasting until the end of summer and even into September.
Connecticut's 1st heat wave of summer is here: How to stay safe
Temperatures are expected to reach 90 degrees in Connecticut this week. During these hot summer days, it’s important to stay safe and know the signs of heat-related illness.
Monkeypox in CT: What to know
Monkeypox cases have been steadily growing in the U.S. over the past two months, and recently five cases have been identified in Connecticut.
Should my young child get the COVID-19 vaccine?
Stamford Health's Director of Infectious Diseases discusses COVID-19 vaccines for kids ages 6 months to 5 years old. Which vaccine is best and when should my child get it?