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Holiday Message from Bruce King, President & CEO
Throughout 2011, and indeed during the almost nine years I’ve been privileged to be the CEO of New London Hospital, I have been immensely grateful for the strong community support of the hospital. The hospital’s Annual Fund significantly exceeded our budgeted projections for FY 2011 and made it possible for the hospital to provide services for hundreds of patients who could not otherwise afford care. As the economy continues to challenge many individual’s ability to receive quality healthcare, New London Hospital is here to take care of the health of our community. Your generosity and support make this possible. Thank you for your commitment to the hospital. As you share the holidays with family and friends, please accept our deepest thanks for your gifts and support. On behalf of the Board of Trustees, the physicians and the more than 500 employees of New London Hospital, I wish you a joyful holiday season.

 
Be Sure to Read Our Message to the Community for FY 2011
We are pleased to share the following accomplishments of New London Hospital in 2011 with you....
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DECEMBER 2011

Holidays Can Be Happy and Healthy with Diabetes
Plan ahead for holiday gatherings by checking with your doctor about alcohol, and rework your meals to allow some room for sweet treats.
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From Toys to Decorations: Holiday Safety 101
’Tis the season for parents to be extra cautious about home safety, especially when it comes to toys and decorations. Here are some ways to keep your little ones safe during the holidays.
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Are You Getting Enough Vitamin D?
New studies are linking low vitamin D levels to disease and early death. But where do you get it, and how much is enough? Learn the truth about the new “it” nutrient.
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An Exercise Prescription for Your Personality
Do you avoid exercise or embrace it? How you answer that question could be related to your personality. But your traits and tendencies don’t have to dictate your activity level. Finding out what physical activities best suit you can motivate you to get moving.
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Chocolate Has Sweet Effects on the Heart
Maybe there's a reason chocolate often comes in a heart-shaped box. That creamy, dreamy indulgence could actually be good for your heart. Specifically, chocolate contains many healthy substances that may help ward off heart disease. Are you a chocolate lover? Read these tasty tips to gain the most enjoyment from what you crave.
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Pneumonia Shot Also May Protect Your Heart
The pneumonia vaccine can help prevent sickness, hospitalization, and even death. And research suggests adults who get this vaccine are also less likely to have heart attacks. Read on to learn if you should give this immunization a shot.
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