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The Yale New Haven Hospital Auxiliary presented another lecture in their series of heath lectures to promote wellness on May 19, 2011. Dr. Carrie Swigart - Assistant Professor - Department of Orthopedics and Rehabilitation - Yale School of Medicine was the presenter. Dr. Swigart focus “Common Problems of the Hand and Wrist."
Dr. Alpern's oration about the 200 year history of the Yale School of Medicine and where Yale University and the Yale School of Medicine is heading into the future was well received.
WALLINGFORD, CT – Fitness trainer Tony Horton, creator of “P90X® Extreme Training System,” will lead an open workout Saturday, April 16, 2011 at the Fitness Atlantic Event.
NEW HAVEN, Conn. – The Southern Connecticut State University athletic department will host a bone marrow donor registration event as part of the National Marrow Donor Program’s ‘Be The Match’ initiative. This effort, which will be guided by the Owls’ football program for the second year in a row, will take place on Thursday, May 5 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Adanti Student Center Ballroom. Through the “Get in the Game, Save A Life” program,
John Holt a sportscaster for Channel 3 in Connecticut is once again organizing his yearly benefit for the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP).
It’s called Scooper Sunday and will happen this year on Sunday July 25th at the New Britain Rock Cats 1:35pm game vs. the New Hampshire Fisher Cats. A $7 general admission ticket or $10 reserved seat gets you admission to the game plus all the ice cream you can eat.
GREENWICH HOSPITAL AND ED RANDALL’S BAT FOR THE CURE FOUNDATION TO COMBINE FORCES FOR PROSTATE CANCER
Watch the rebroadcast of “Ed Randall’s Bat for the Cure” charity event that took place at Greenwich Hospital on Monday June 14. Ed's guest were former major leaguers Phil Linz , Ed Charles and David Flemming. They discuss a variety of topics concerning the state of baseball now and then. Enjoy the trip down memory lane
NEW HAVEN, Conn. – As Yale women’s ice hockey player Mandi Schwartz continues to battle leukemia, efforts to find her a matching marrow or cord blood donor have intensified. With help from some former Bulldogs, those efforts have expanded to include everything from hockey tournaments in Canada to the World’s Largest Baby Shower in Atlanta. For details on how you can help find a life-saving donor, read on.