Thirty-five employers representing the long-term health care industry here in western Massachusetts attended the forum.
The recalled devices were distributed between December 17,2015, and July 1, 2016.
After the GOP led health care bill flat lined, the Republican health plan may be coming back to life.
It’s not yet known if it was food poisoning or Norovirus that spread quickly at the Hartford convention center.
Experts say 150 minutes of exercise a week is required to get the major health benefits of working out.
Cooley Dickinson Health Care has lifted the restrictive visiting policy that was temporarily put in place due to the flu season.
First responders told 22News that they now deal with opioid related incidents on a daily basis.
Thanks to recent rain and snowfall together with a warmer February, ticks may be getting a head start this year.
Money for behavioral health services was paid directly to doctors, rather than through a program that is supposed to coordinate care.
Driving while drowsy can have grave consequences, and there are few measures in place to stop it.
The city is participating in Light It Up Blue, a global initiative by Autism Speaks to help raise awareness.
More than 12,000 parents of children undergoing medical treatment have been provided with free lodging there since 1991.
A new study suggests that in the long-term, some differences between breastfeeding and bottle-feeding may be minimal.
A recall of the emergency anti-allergy medicine EpiPen is expanding to the U.S. because the allergy shots may not work.
The number of people using and abusing heroin has gone up nearly 5 times in the U.S. over the last 15 years.
President Donald Trump announced this week that he is forming a special commission to battle opioid addiction.
Medical marijuana is getting closer to being sold in Westfield.
The restrictions, which included a ban on visitors under age 14, were put into place last month due to concerns over the flu.
Weight loss can be very difficult, especially if you have a lot of pounds to lose, but the payoff is worth it.
The Department of Public Health warned that the teen birth rate is trending positively, the racial disparities still remain.