A new survey might soon give some folks at the office a new reason to get moving. It shows more than half of workers feel overweight.
Prescription ADHD medications like Adderall, Ritalin, and Vyvanse are becoming increasingly popular for overworked and overscheduled college students — who haven’t been diagnosed with ADHD
“I realized that this decision to change my life was about more than just losing weight. I had to lose my inner critic. I had to lose the ropes that were tying me to the past.”
#22NewsMarathon UMass Dr. Pierre Rouzier was at the finish line, working triage, after the bombs went off. The best medicine for him is telling the story of his experiences following the bombing, and the year of healing that everyone has been through.
A new March of Dimes app called “Cinemama” helps promote healthy pregnancies by allowing moms-to-be to document their growing bellies and encourages them to carry babies to term.
For those over the age of 55, dentures are still a reality, and for some a big inconvenience.
The birth of 3-D scanning technologies combined with organic inks and thermoplastics has enabled the “bioprinting” of a range of human body parts to accommodate a wide range of medical conditions.
Lymph nodes. Swollen. Those words stuck in my head. While I did my best to believe that follow-up tests would be negative, in the back of my mind, I knew. The cancer was back.
95% of Lyme disease cases reported in 2012 came from 13 states, including Massachusetts. 22News found out about an initiative aimed at targeting Lyme disease at its source.
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Seasonal allergies could also affect food allergies for some patients.
In the midst of the diabetes epidemic, a glimmer of good news: Heart attacks, strokes and other complications from the disease are plummeting.
A studyfound that older folks, who are apathetic – but not depressed – may be suffering from smaller brain volumes than those without apathy.
Doctors have difficulty distinguishing between minimally conscious and vegetative states because the signs of responsiveness are subtle.
Rachael Rapraeger told the patients at Perry Hospital that their mammograms yielded negative results when a doctor had never reviewed them, according to court documents.
For the first time in 18 years, the Pioneer Valley Chapter of the American Red Cross, and Red Cross Blood Services will all be under one roof.
Doctors tested dozens of western Massachusetts men and women Wednesday for a type of cancer caused by smoking and drinking. 22News spoke with those looking to get a clean bill of health.
A small study of casual marijuana smokers has turned up evidence of changes in the brain, a possible sign of trouble ahead, researchers say.
Many of us relish the opportunity for an afternoon nap, but can those catnaps be hazardous to your health? We have the details of a new study that may have you looking more carefully at that mid-day snooze.
There are a lot of personal products out there that make life a little easier. However, with convenience, sometimes comes complications.