New 3D printing technology can make virtually anything, including a new trachea that saved a young boy’s life.
The holidays are packed with so many great foods, but that could mean trouble if you’re diabetic. Reading labels before you cook can help.
Indoor tanning injuries have declined but still sent more than 1,000 people to emergency rooms in recent years.
Research suggest a link between mental problems and “lone wolf” terrorism.
Oklahoma Sen. Tom Coburn is accused of blocking bill intended to reduce veterans’ suicide.
Actavis has said its new drug Namenda XR — taken once daily instead of twice — is better and demand is growing.
Cancer patients use customized mice to test drugs on bits of their own tumors.
President Barack Obama’s push to cover America’s uninsured faces another big test Monday.
Sudden unexpected infant death is the leading cause of death among babies in the first year of life.
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In 1998 Greg Ozubko started having unexplained pain. It was so severe that nothing could touch his joints. After a series of doctor’s visits…
Smoking kills about 9,000 in MA every year. 22News looked into the difference between tobacco revenue and what’s spent to help people quit.
Fewer and fewer teenagers are having babies, as a new report shows that the teen birth rate in Massachusetts is the lowest it’s ever been.
Hundreds of gently-used hospital scrubs are on their way to Africa, thanks to workers from Baystate Health.
Could a dose of bacteria help you fight the flu? It’s probably not your first thought, but it can help balance a person’s immune system.