Baker will also seek to squeeze hundreds of millions in savings from MassHealth by reviewing the eligibility of all 1.7 million subscribers.
In the past few years, there has been a growing trend of people without celiac disease cutting gluten from their diets.
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Questioning 265 girls enrolled in four colleges, researchers found college-age females just as likely to suffer the negative effects of cybe…
Woman who suffered extreme side effects from using an antibiotic joins the push to pull medication from the pharmacy shelves.
Rheumatoid arthritis may be a scary diagnosis for some people, but new treatments could ease the symptoms of this crippling disease.
Ebola survivor Nancy Writebol plans return to Liberia; nurse Nina Pham sues hospital where she contracted deadly disease.
Arts, exercise, even crafting can calm patients suffering from depression, chronic pain and even PTSD.
Massachusetts health connector officials say more than 125,000 people signed up for health insurance plans through the agency’s rebuilt webs…
Butt lifts and implants are among the fastest growing procedures according to new survey from American Society of Plastic Surgeons.
A pair of insensitive social media posts from an employee of Goodwill, followed by an equally heavy-handed response from Goodwill.
Possible measles exposure on train and San Francisco restaurant.
Teams are preparing themselves in case they come in contact with a patient with Ebola. Here is a look at their training.
Not only has it been cold, we’ve also had many cloudy, gloomy days, and that means we’re not getting enough Vitamin D.
An estimated 36 million Americans suffer from migraines a neurological disorder commonly characterized by severe headaches.
SCSU is one of only eight universities in the country using the treadmill designed to improve performance and reduce injuries.
Studies show no link between vaccines and autism. That is not a matter of opinion. It is a matter of fact. That you are 100 times more likel…