Always in service: EMS providers visit Norwalk schools
Published 4:39 pm, Tuesday, May 9, 2017 Photo: Erik Trautmann / Hearst Connecticut Media Image 1 of / 12 Image 1 of 12 Norwalk Hospital paramedic and EMS supervisor, Lynn Ryder, puts a neck brace on third-grader Dominick Scarpelli as she visits Cranbury Elementary School providing tours of an ambulance and sharing information on EMS and 911 awareness, safety and injury prevention in recognition of National Trauma Awareness Month Tuesday, May 9, in Norwalk. The paramedics and EMTs will be visiting Norwalk schools throughout the month of May. less Norwalk Hospital paramedic and EMS supervisor, Lynn Ryder, puts a neck brace on third-grader Dominick Scarpelli as she visits Cranbury Elementary School providing tours of an ambulance…
Cranberry Lake Waterfall Tour
The Cranberry Lake Waterfall Tour encompasses six easy-to-reach falls along a 20-mile drive. A couple of the waterfalls can be seen from the road, a couple require a short hike to reach, and one, Lampson Falls, is wheelchair accessible. The tour can be done in an afternoon, but it’s more fun to take an entire day so there’s time to fully enjoy each. Some of the falls are quite dramatic, while others have a gentle slope — all are worth checking out!
Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration
This publication presents national estimates of drug-related visits to hospital emergency departments (EDs) for the calendar year 2011, based on data from the Drug Abuse Warning Network (DAWN). Also presented are comparisons of 2011 estimates with those for 2004, 2009, and 2010. DAWN is a public health surveillance system that monitors drug-related ED visits for the Nation and for selected metropolitan areas. The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), is the agency responsible for DAWN. SAMHSA is required to collect data on drug-related ED visits under Section 505 of the Public Health Service Act This report presents results from the 2012 National Survey of Substance Abuse…
Village Theatre Announces Upcoming Season
A mix of well-known musicals, such as Hairspray, and budding shows, String, are among the five-show lineup in Village Theatre's upcoming season.
How to Clean Your Water Bottle
Your water bottle should be cleaned after every workout—here's how to do it right.
There's good news and bad news to report on the fact that Andrew Zimmern's television show, Bizarre Foods on the Travel Channel has discovered Utica Greens Morelle.
Guy Thought He’d Never See His Dog Again, Then He Followed This Tip And Found His Best Friend
After 12 days of searching, he had lost hope. But then he learned about this awesome tip and how this has reunited many lost dogs with their families. “On day 12 of searching for my dog in a heavily wooded area, distraught and hopeless, I ran into a couple of hunters. They said they lost […]
Find Beautiful Blooms, Gardening Advice at the Fielder Plant Festival this Saturday
Come explore the wonders of gardening and find some beautiful blooms for your flowerbeds at the upcoming Fielder Plant Festival. The festival is hosted by the Arlington Garden Club in conjunction with Master Naturalists of Arlington and the Arlington Historical Society. This year’s event, free and open to the public, is…
Stripe Your Fairway Woods
Of all the shots higher-handicap students try to hit, a fairway wood off the ground is among the ones they seem to struggle with the most.
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