A new survey finds that regular use of alcohol among older populations has risen in the past 20 years.
The process of becoming an organ donor is as simple as checking-off a box when you renew your license.
A serious warning for Epipen users: Drugmaker Mylan are recalling some of their devices.
Local leaders are looking for ways to improve health in the county.
This Sunday on 22News InFocus we’ll be looking at two local programs that offer support to teen parents.
Meat producers give animals antibiotics to make them grow faster and prevent illness, a practice that has become a public health issue.
A woman was arrested after giving birth to a child right after she decided to get high on crack cocaine.
A bill that blocks parents of children born with disabilities from suing their doctor is working its way through the Texas legislature.
Research shows overweight people have an overactive chemical feedback system that triggers them to eat more.
The Southwick Planning Board once again addressed the marijuana moratorium.
Updates on Westfield’s water were provided on Tuesday.
One option for preventing Zika is to just avoid being bitten by mosquitoes. However, that may not be the case for much longer.
Microbeads will be the topic of discussion in the Elm City. The tiny pieces of plastic pose a hazard to our health.
Six hospital employees were treated in the emergency room after eating cookies and muffins that had been laced with pot.
The U.S. National Library of Medicine recommends drinking a glass of water in between alcoholic drinks.
The event gave school nurses, psychologists, and nursing faculty a chance to network and learn from each other.
Most young Americans want any health care overhaul under President Donald Trump to look a lot like the Affordable Care Act.
The ability of the flu shot to protect you from the flu may have to do with how you feel when you get the shot.
The legislation would guarantee workplace accommodations, including access to seating, bathroom breaks, and lighter duties.
Thirty-five employers representing the long-term health care industry here in western Massachusetts attended the forum.