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New London Hospital Offers New Choice in MRI
If your physician has referred you for an MRI you may request one at New London Hospital's new Espree extra large opening MRI. The larger opening accommodates a variety of patients with extra space. For most exams, your head won't even have to be in the system. The average complete MRI scan takes 20 to 60 minutes, depending on the test . Have a more comfortable experience with the new choice in MRI and our Radiology Department team will make sure you receive the quality, professional care you need.
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JUNE 2012

88th Annual Hospital Day Presents Laughter is the Best Medicine on August 4
Join the fun at the 88th Annual Hospital Day on Saturday, August 4!  Food, games, parade, music, and crafts.  Something for everyone!
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UV-Protective Clothing the Latest in Sun Protection
The next defense against skin cancer isn’t a lotion or spray—it’s what’s in your wardrobe. New clothing brands can deflect skin-damaging rays—shielding you from potentially fatal cancers.
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Five First Aid Mistakes to Avoid
If someone you love needs first aid, the last thing you want to do is make the situation worse. Keep a cool head and act wisely by learning these five first aid “don’ts” so that you’re prepared in the event of an emergency.
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Cut Calories from Cookout Cuisine
The backyard barbecue is a time-honored way to celebrate summer. But if you or a guest is trying to watch the waistline, it can be a diet disaster. Find out how you can serve up a feast that’s both healthy and tasty.
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Volunteering Can Help Older Adults Live Longer
People volunteer their time in a multitude of ways. They may be a troop leader, organize fundraisers, or help someone learn to read and write. The time they give certainly helps others. But it might also improve the volunteers’ quality of life—and even affect their health.
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Three Steps to Slash Blood Pressure
High blood pressure affects one in three Americans, leaving them at risk for heart disease, stroke, and kidney failure, often without causing a single symptom. Find out if you may be one of them…and what you can do to bring your blood pressure down.
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