Among other things, the bill would allow police and medical professionals to bring people in danger to treatment, with or without consent.
Hospitals across the country and in Southern New England are reporting a growing number of patients being treating for flu like illnesses.
Flu continues to swamp the nation’s hospitals and doctors’ offices. Today, the CDC will provide an update on the season’s high activity.
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U.S. regulators have approved the first drug aimed at women with advanced breast cancer caused by an inherited flawed gene.
A new interactive map shows how opioids are dispensed among VA health care centers nationwide.
Aetna will be staying in Hartford, according to CVS officials on Friday.
Rat poison is contaminating threatened northern spotted owls in California forests, and marijuana farms appear to be to blame.
The HUD funding is part of $2 billion being awarded to over 7,300 local housing and service programs nationwide.
The Red Cross is asking for blood donations after hundreds of recent drives were canceled due to extreme weather.
People are making jokes online about eating laundry pods and doctors say they’ve seen cases where teens are actually following through.
The federal government issued guidance enabling states to pursue a requirement that Medicaid recipients work in order to receive benefits.
Massachusetts would receive $119.7 million in CHIP funding as part of the funding extension.
Fieldbrook Foods has suspended production and distribution of the products while it investigates the source of the contamination.
The cookies were sold in Dollar General stores nationwide, including in Rhode Island, Massachusetts and Connecticut.
The new restrictions have been put in place for the protection of patients and colleagues.
Blood donations during the holiday and winter months of November and December were 28,000 fewer than expected for that time of year.
Seemingly healthy 21-year-old physical fitness enthusiast dies of flu just days after coming down with illness.
The chairs were sold on Amazon and at several stores, including: Babies “R” Us, Target and Kohl’s.
The Massachusetts DPH identified a rare strain of salmonella, leading to a recall of frozen coconut products distributed in 13 states.