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New school nutritional regulations are having many districts turn away from bake sales, and toward alternative fundraisers.
Stroke experts are reporting a major advance that will greatly lower the risk a patient will end up disabled.
If you need to use your windshield wipers when driving in Massachusetts, your headlights need to be on as well.
Attorney General Maura Healey has joined a nationwide coalition warning oil companies about synthetic drug sales at convenience stores.
Hundreds of thousands of men are seeking a fresher look through so-called “brotox.”
22News is working for you with a look at how schools deal with students whose parents refuse to vaccinate them.
A panel of lawmakers is set to ask the nation’s top health experts why measles is spreading so fast and what can be done about it.
Community college uses 3D printing to create a new prosthetic hand for young Kansas boy.
Scientists discover a shocking number of different bacteria inside the New York City subway system.
The mother said her daughter was able to read the letter and asked her mom if the school thought she was overweight.
Studies show early intervention and specialized learning environments can greatly improve a child’s development with Autism.
Persevering past roadblocks to build promising Ebola vaccine