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Tick Tock

At first, Hamdenite Lisa Maloney thought she had tendonitis in her wrists. But when the pain spread to her right knee and then her ankle, she realized something was terribly wrong. …

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Cradle of Life

The smallest patients at Yale New Haven Children’s Hospital weigh as little as one pound. …

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Long Run

The word “family” is repeated every time I talk to a member of the New Haven Age Group Track Club. …

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Stirring Committee

Stir the Pot - New Haven Food Policy Council

People go hungry in New Haven every day. …

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Ride Share

Carol Nardini at Scantlebury Park

May is New Haven Bike Month, so, naturally, I decided to go for a ride. But not just any ride. …

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Art Work

Lisa Furman and Ragaa Mazen at Albertus Magnus College

Are you a colored pencils kind of person? Maybe paint is more your thing, or clay, something that requires you to get your hands dirty. …

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Life and Limbs

“I know people aren’t coming here to get an ice cream cone,” Shelley Sherbondy says from her fourth-floor office on Long Wharf Drive. …

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Second Home

Ronald McDonald House of Connecticut

When you drive past the new Ronald McDonald House on Howard Avenue, it’s hard to keep your eyes on the road. …

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Naturalization

Whole Health Natural Family Medicine

The naturopathic physicians of Whole Health Natural Family Medicine are used to being misunderstood. …

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Medical Drama

Actors perform on the stages of Long Wharf, the Shubert, Yale Cab, Yale Drama and Yale Rep. Also, in the classrooms of the Yale School of Medicine. …

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