Commissioner Roger Goodell announced the “Play Smart. Play Safe” initiative in an open letter Wednesday.
Researchers discover gene mutation that could help people suffering from Crohn’s and other inflammatory diseases.
Following a public comment period in June, the Baker administration made changes to its so-called MassHealth waiver extension request.
Summer is not officially over yet, but 22News is working for you with why you might want consider getting your flu shot now.
Plans are in the works to grow medical marijuana in Palmer. 22News found out it also involves several other western Massachusetts towns.
The Massachusetts Department of Public Health announced on Tuesday that a second person has been diagnosed with West Nile Virus this year.
Infections caused by drug-resistant bacteria cause 1,000’s of deaths every year. Now, health agencies are looking to crowd-source a solution…
Lieutenant Governor Karyn Polito is rallying against Ballot Question 4, which would legalize, regulate and tax the sale of recreational pot.
Secretary of Public Safety and Security Dan Bennett told lawmakers on Tuesday that under the plan, the ratio of clinical staff to patients w…
The cost of health care is on the rise. 22News highlights a special panel that’s looking at why prices can vary drastically between hospital…
As the regulation will be effective starting on October 1, two other crucial aspects to the regulation apply.
Investigators believe retired Indianapolis doctor may have donated his own sperm to as many as 50 patients without their knowledge.
Officials believe the increase in injury could be due to the rising popularity of soccer over the years.
It’s something every student, parent and coach needs to know: how to spot signs of a concussion. 22News shows you how that might save a life…
Two recently-released studies show more benefits of breastfeeding for both mothers and babies.
The Democratic nominee is currently on antibiotics and is being advised by doctors to rest.
Hillary Clinton faces three major hurdles to overcome health concerns following her 9/11 pneumonia-induced collapse.
Hillary Clinton will not attended two previously scheduled fundraisers while she recovers from pneumonia.
Recent study finds nearly half of people 65 to 75 years old are still working, at least part time, and that number could go up.
Thirteen Walgreens Pharmacies will now have a drug take-back kiosk for the disposal of unwanted, unused, or expired medications.