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.
People are already taking ticks off their dogs in western Mass. 22News found out what you can do to keep the ticks off you and your pets.
American Lung Association’s annual report finds foul air over California, and the cleanest places to breathe mainly along the East Coast.
If you’re feeling under the weather, choosing an urgent care facility or the emergency room can make a big difference.
Before you grab for that candy bar or some rocky road ice cream, consider the example you might be setting for your kids.
$2.6-million in grants available for coastal communities to address climate change and water quality issues.
For many of us allergy season can mean misery, but doctors say you don’t necessarily have to give up and suffer through it.
Americans think it’s safer to use marijuana than opioids, but they were less comfortable with kids and pregnant women using it medically.
Every day, an overdose of prescription opioids or heroin kills 91 people.
There are so many different recommendations when it comes to breast cancer screenings, it can get confusing
Prices could climb next year due to higher medical expenses that affect coverage sold both on and off the public exchanges.
This Sunday at noon, 22News InFocus will offer a panel discussion on issues surrounding mental health conditions, and resources available fo…
A study done at Harvard University shows regular doses of aspirin may reduce the risk of dying from cancer.
22News spoke with a 44-year-old Springfield man who has a generous spirit, but limited time because of a terminal diagnosis.