U.S. regulators have approved the first pill combination drug to treat all forms of hepatitis C in as little as eight weeks.
The measure was included in a Food and Drug Administration reauthorization bill that passed the Senate Thursday.
A new pendant can help you locate a loved one with a memory loss disease or autism anywhere in the country.
New Insurance Institute for Highway Safety tests show unbuckled backseat passengers increase the risk of serious injury for drivers.
Euthanasia has become a common way to die in the Netherlands, accounting for 4.5 percent of deaths
The new guidelines include calling for help while checking for a pulse and adequate breathing.
Mike Robertson is riding across the country to raise money for retina research.
Workers of all ages are much less likely to die on the job in Massachusetts than in other states.
Words of comfort and support were on display Wednesday at the Sister Caritas Cancer Center at Mercy Medical Center.
The bill would require companies provide workers with paid time off to care for a sick family member or a new child.
Hospital maintenance man uses power tool to remove fidget spinner stuck on boy’s finger after earlier attempts fall short.
The fees and fines to help pay for MassHealth do not, however, come with reforms to the insurance system that Baker had supported.
The sun is good for you, but it can also cause problems. 22News found out how to keep yourself safe in the sun this summer.
The start of every August will kick off Ice Bucket Challenge Week in Massachusetts.
New survey from National Institute on Drug Abuse reveals shocking details on America’s growing opioid epidemic.
Woman claims she contracted flesh-eating bacteria infection while swimming at Myrtle Beach; health officials say no direct link has been est…
Mosquito spraying will be conducted in a portion of Pittsfield following the test results.
A prosecutor says a northern Indiana man fatally shot a doctor because he would not prescribe opioid painkillers to the man’s wife.
Iowa mother warns other parents of danger after suspected kiss results in painful outbreak of herpes cold sores on her infant son.
Officials say Air Force does not have authority to reimburse communities for the cost of dealing with environmental contamination issues.