The proposal would add a tax of one cent per ounce of beverages containing 5g of sugar or more per serving.
New health task force will look for ways to coordinate community health resources to save money and create more effective health programs.
The company has not received any reports of reactions from consumption of the recalled product.
Denise Sacharczyk organized the fundraiser in Easthampton to help find a cure for Hydrocephalus, also known as “water on the brain.”
The statistics also show why Planned Parenthood remains at the center of the abortion debate.
The affected lot numbers are 6ZP0003, 6ZP9944 and 6ZP9848.
The annual March for Babies walk in Westfield raised money to further research that helps children born prematurely.
Marchers will gather on the Boston Common at 1 p.m. for a rally Saturday.
The “wellness to go” machine arrived in the activities and recreation center early this month to praise.
Congressman Jim McGovern, who has raised treatment funding from the federal government, toured the recovery center on Friday.
Americans are becoming more accepting of marijuana, especially when it comes to medical uses.
Funding helps communities to reduce energy costs, usage and emissions by investing in energy efficiency and renewable energy.
Several life insurance companies are testing Lapetus technology that uses facial analytics and other data to estimate life expectancy.
A small study finds that some activity tracker heart rate monitors are more accurate at rest than when active.
Sweetened and sugary beverages have already been known to be bad for your health, but your brain could suffer as well.
The smoking ban in elderly housing provided by the Westfield Housing Authority (WHA) has gone well thus far.
Experts say pregnant women should eat 8 to 12 ounces of fish a week, but not all fish is safe.
Americans want to look good, but less and less of them are going on diets to actively lose weight.
Raising the age to buy tobacco products from 18 to 21 was on the Public Health Council agenda Wednesday night in Springfield.
Sheriff Nick Cocchi told 22News a psychological profile for each prisoner helps determine if that person’s in danger of harming themselves.