Organizations from throughout the Pioneer Valley received innovation planning grants totaling $300,000.
The FDA says using tap water isn’t safe to use for a nasal rinse because it’s not filtered or treated.
The suit alleges that in return for bribes disguised as consulting fees, the island’s former premier directed health care business to Lahey.
The 22News I-Team reviews state documents showing the instances of the use of restraints on special needs students.
A major new ethics report leaves open the possibility of one day altering human heredity to fight genetic diseases, with stringent oversight…
One community is appalled by what a five-year-old boy was found chewing on at a school playground.
Lawmakers wore red on Tuesday to support the movement in hopes of getting more people to focus on their cardiovascular health.
Here are some tips if you’re thinking about doing something this Valentine’s Day that your health will appreciate.
A nurse and infectious disease expert said to help prevent the spread of germs during flu season you should use a fist bump to greet someone…
New numbers show the number of kids abusing substances may be dropping, for the most part.
People commonly say the cold weather is making them sick, but does it or is it just a myth?
Wisconsin-based cheesemaker Sargento Foods Inc. is recalling a specialty cheese because of possible bacterial contamination.
A study presented to the European congress on obesity in 2014, found that children who followed it were 15 percent less likely to be obese.
Several hospitals, including Baystate Health and Mercy Medical, implemented visitor restrictions due to the number of flu cases in the area.
Grreat Choice products are impacted by this issue, and PetSmart is not aware of any reported cases of illness or injury.
Flu season is in full swing, and schools across the country have been forced to close their doors due to the illness.
Supporters of Obamacare say the uncertainty about its future kept many people from signing up.
With the help of his family and his trainer, Andy Albertson was able to drop 176 pounds.
Experts say kids are being tricked into thinking vaping isn’t bad for them with how new it is and all the fun, fruity flavors out there.
The hospital hopes that the program will help to increase the amount of people who know the lifesaving maneuvers.