There are superfood alternatives if you don’t like quinoa or goji berries
Several city officials held a meeting Tuesday night to provide residents with an update on the recent water concerns in Westfield.
All 150 outlets throughout the district had an initial and secondary test done and on Sept. 23 the results of the testing for all 4 schools.
In Pennsylvania, doctors are required to tell you if you have dense breast so you can be treated accordingly.
Picking the wrong late night snack can cause serious disruptions to your sleep.
The recall applies to mussels and mahogany quahogs that were harvested or wet-stored Sunday through Friday of last week in the Jonesport are…
A series of small studies have explored how bots might benefit seniors.
President Obama asked Congress to provide $1.9 billion for the fight against Zika back in February, but partisan arguments kept the request …
American women already eat about 68 grams a day, according to the latest data from the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey. “Th…
Late last month, the FDA finally approved the drug — but it’s not without controversy, even now. Questions remain about its efficacy, and b…
During this week, experts shine a light on mental illness in our communities, in an effort to replace stigma with understanding.
An estimated 4 Mass. residents die each day from a drug overdose. For many, the addiction began with a legal prescription from a doctor.
A group of nurses are raising concerns about proposed new regulations that they say could lead to medical errors.
The Amherst Democrat founded the commission, and has dedicated several years to helping new mothers overcome depression after giving birth.
Approximately one in eight women will be diagnosed with breast cancer at some point in their lifetime.
The Pentagon announced in June an end to the military’s ban on transgender service members.
A first look at U.S. teens and young children who were infected with Zika suggests the virus typically causes at worst only a mild illness.
The Massachusetts Department of Public Health announced the sixth case in the state this year.
The goal was to prevent the child from inheriting a fatal genetic disease from his mother, who had previously lost two children.
The foods you eat and the exercise you do can dramatically reduce cancer risk.