The announcement comes following the release of a study from the Immune Tolerance Network.
The recall involves all 2016 and 2017 Quantum ski and snowboard helmets, sold in sizes S-XL in a variety of colors.
Eleven Indiana teens become ill after eating drug laced Gummy Bears.
New study finds alarming rise in young opioid addicts, including some as young 8 years old.
The program provides emotional and social support for cancer survivors and caregivers.
The bill is back on Beacon Hill for the 8th time in the history of the legislature.
Dr. Gregory Gallivan has been memorialized with a decorative glass wall at the Mercy Medical Center surgical suite.
The supermarket chain is offering flu shots at their 39 pharmacies.
The bill would allow patients with terminal diseases to request that their doctor write a prescription for life-ending medication.
Five people have died and 115 other residents have been evacuated from Hollywood, Florida nursing home.
A man who spent a decade on the leadership team at Mercy Medical Center is becoming the hospital’s new president.
The Massachusetts State Fire Marshal warns against mixing chemicals.
Have you recently purchased a puppy at Petland, visited a Petland, or visited or live in a home with a puppy sold through Petland?
It seems the atmospheric pressure from Hurricane Irma created some circumstances that are impossible to stop.
To improve care, the senator says that they are working to streamline the way the VA gets patient information from private providers.
The actor reportedly was on his bike, wearing a helmet when he was involved in an accident with a New Haven Fire Department vehicle.
Approximately 79,000 Trolls slap bracelets are being recalled after reports that five children were injured while using them.
The Department of Public Health is investigating to determine exactly where the exposure most likely occurred.
The goal is to convince leery consumers to try a nutritious, if unusual food that “preserves the planet’s resources.”
Dr. Catherine Brown says mosquitoes carrying the virus have been found throughout the state and the danger is “widespread and ongoing.”