Despite programs like Tapestry Health being around for more than 20 years, HIV cases have increased among IV drug users.
Aerosmith frontman Steven Tyler has opened a home for abused girls.
Study finds an alarming number of children are injured or killed by window blinds and shades each year.
Fire, electric shock and short circuiting are some of the issues associated with the items the CPSC is recalling this week.
7 million Americans make too much to get government help with health insurance, and many are facing huge increases in coverage costs.
Researchers have developed lifelike 3D-printed organs that allow surgeons to practice operations and receive realistic feedback.
A Virginia family says they were lucky their daughter was born in Tennessee, where a mandatory blood test detected a rare genetic disorder.
The AG’s office said Centrus Premier Home Care Inc. improperly submitted and received overpayments for services from MassHealth.
Washington State Department of Health asking for public commentary on proposal that would add gender-neutral option on birth certificates.
More than 800 pounds of a chicken-based product has been recalled on Monday.
Health New England is blaming state Medicaid program changes that will reduce the number of Medicaid members in 2018.
Healthcare facilities across the country are wrestling with a shortage of saline products.
Warren says she hopes the Department of Justice Antitrust Division gives the proposal careful scrutiny.
Western Massachusetts may be in for a serious flu season this year.
Flu-like illness continues to rise in Massachusetts, according to the latest weekly flu report.
Hundreds of fires each year are caused by power strips when used to power space heaters.
Shopping, decorating and other holiday activities can take a toll on your back, but their are ways to beat the discomfort.
The first birth as a result of a womb transplant in the United States has occurred in Texas, a milestone for the U.S.
CVS will buy insurance giant Aetna in a roughly $69 billion deal that will help the drugstore chain reach deeper into customer health care.
The Massachusetts Medical Society is no longer opposed to medical aid in dying as an end-of-life option for the terminally ill.