The Department of Veterans Affairs unveiled a new website aimed at providing information on the quality of care at VA medical centers.
If you don’t like the taste of an apple or banana, could drinking a store-bought fruit juice be an okay alternative?
“When they proposed the giant transfer of wealth and tried to wrap it up in a health care package, what did you say? You said, ‘No, no you w…
The milder weather has helped trees and bushes bloom, but that might not be good news for allergy sufferers.
When there is medication in the house, whether it be for you or your child, make sure it’s stored out of the reach of children.
New research shows testing men aged 55 to 69 may slightly reduce their chances of dying from prostate cancer.
They are looking into where ticks are most numerous, and what kind of diseases the insects are carrying.
Fierce backlash to a major crackdown on drinking-and-driving; While good news for drivers’ safety, it’s not for bars and restaurants.
A recent study indicates that some caregivers need to do a better job keeping pills and other health items out-of-reach of children.
As spring kicks into high gear, flowers, grass and pollen could affect your allergies.
Rhode Island could soon join Massachusetts and Maine as the only New England states to legalize recreational marijuana.
Stop & Shop has recalled a chocolate cake due to a potential unlisted allergen.
The MassDEP is looking to determine which of Westfield’s wells have high levels of a perfluorinated chemical, also known as PFC’s.
A new survey finds that regular use of alcohol among older populations has risen in the past 20 years.
The process of becoming an organ donor is as simple as checking-off a box when you renew your license.
A serious warning for Epipen users: Drugmaker Mylan are recalling some of their devices.
Local leaders are looking for ways to improve health in the county.
This Sunday on 22News InFocus we’ll be looking at two local programs that offer support to teen parents.
Meat producers give animals antibiotics to make them grow faster and prevent illness, a practice that has become a public health issue.
A woman was arrested after giving birth to a child right after she decided to get high on crack cocaine.