Using certain electronic cigarettes at high temperature settings could potentially release a cancer-causing chemical, new lab tests suggest.
22News has the information you need to know about the shingles virus and what you can do to decrease the chances of having it.
Human trials of a new malaria vaccine are underway in Seattle.
Study finds that more women are choosing mastectomies after early cancer detection.
Bloody gauze, hospital gowns, and rubber gloves were spilled following a medical waste pickup at a Northampton hospital, police say.
22News found out what measures are taken to ensure your information is safe when applying for coverage online.
The FDA approved a new device for obesity for the first time in more than seven years, but how effective is it?
You may have heard of “hand foot and mouth disease.” it can be miserable for the kids who get it, but it’s easily treatable.
Measles was supposedly eradicated years ago, but it keeps popping up. 22News found out how the virus is spread here in the U.S.
Two young conjoined twins have undergone the first procedure that will eventually lead to their separation.
Researchers are developing a device that would help the hearing impaired using impulses relayed through their tongues.
Four out of every ten adults take prescriptions and drink alcohol. 22News explains the risks and why so many say they take them.
Bringing a baby home for the first time can be a “ruff” experience for some dogs. With a little preparation, things can be much smoother.
Despite our cravings, new research shows there is no emotional benefit to eating those kinds of foods.
Cases now reported in four states; doctors warn many born before 1990 may need booster vaccine.
Erica Morales died hours after giving birth to quadruplets, never seeing the babies herself.
Maryland company’s system helps parents and pharmacists find flavors that making taking medicine easier for kids.