Understanding Depression: How to Cope, How to Help
Depression is a disorder that is multifactorial and not uncommon. The more we talk about depression, the more we can help those suffering from it.
Stamford Health's Endoscopy Center Receives National Recognition for Quality and Safety
Stamford Health's Endoscopy Center offers high-tech endoscopy screening tests and every procedure is staffed by a physician and two specially trained endoscopy nurses.
John M's Story (Aortic Aneurysm)
At just 49 years old, an echocardiogram revealed that John had an aortic aneurysm. Here's his story.
What is a Hernia? Types of Hernias & Risk Factors
A hernia is a hole in the abdominal fascia, or the strong connective tissue upon which your muscles sit. Learn more about types of hernias and risk factors
Stamford Health Announces Kathleen Silard as New President & CEO
Stamford Health is pleased to announce that Kathleen Silard, RN, BSN, MS, FACHE, has been named as the organization’s new President and Chief Executive Officer.
Small Changes to Help Reduce Your Risk of Breast Cancer
Small changes to your routine can help reduce the risk of breast cancer. Learn how.
Colorectal Cancer Prevention Tips
What steps can you take to prevent colorectal cancer? Here are some simple adjustments you can make to your lifestyle.
Tackle Physician Burnout with Proactive Solutions
Physician burnout is a hot topic, but effective solutions have been more elusive.
10 Reasons to Get a Mammogram Now
Mammograms save lives. Here are 10 reasons why you should schedule your 3D mammogram today.
Iliotibial Band Syndrome in Runners
Iliotibial Band Syndrome affects mostly athletes, espeically those new to exercise or distance runners.