The recall includes Madison Mill 23 and Madison Mill 25 expandable safety gates.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture announced the recall of Gourmet Boutique LLC chicken products on Friday.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture announced Friday the recalled products contain milk, an allergen that is not declared on the product labe…
The packaging error could result in unintended pregnancies, according to the FDA.
The FDA has asked that a prescription opioid be pulled from the market due to, quote, “the public health consequences of abuse.”
The number of so-called “super lice” has grown in recent years, and that is bad news, particularly for parents of young children.
There will be a public hearing on the three additional conditions after the Department of Consumer Protection drafts regulations.
Always follow recommended safety measures and conduct regular safety checks
Prostate cancer is the second leading cause of cancer in American men, behind only skin cancer.
Would require car manufacturers to equip vehicles an alert that a passenger remains in the back seat after the car is turned off.
Augusta, Maine’s City Center shut down after angry man dumps cup of live bed bugs on counter.
Family of a 2-year-old girl are hoping to raise awareness after she died from what doctors believe to be Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever.
There is an update to Westfield’s water restrictions.
Patients who visit Massachusetts emergency rooms seeking mental health care wait for an inpatient bed significantly longer than patients who…
Democratic senators say the GOP healthcare bill will make the country’s opioid problem even worse.
The bill would give clinicians more leeway in determining medical necessity, a decision typically made by the insurer.
The majority of mumps cases in Massachusetts have been among vaccinated people with connections to universities.
Asked on Friday whether Massachusetts would be part of the coalition, Baker was noncommittal but said he is willing to work with other state…
Some 250 survivors of cancer gathered for an annual gathering Friday, hosted by Holyoke Medical Center.
An eighth grader at the Bellamy Middle School has made a big difference for one of her schoolmates, who is battling cancer.