Republican lawmakers in the House believe they have enough votes to pass their health care legislation.
Books can change your life, improve your health and lift your spirits and they don’t all have to come from the self-help shelf to work.
Cybersecurity and opioid abuse are shaping up as policy focus areas of the Massachusetts Senate.
Holyoke, Easthampton, Longmeadow, Chicopee, and Springfield are among the districts where fixtures had higher levels of lead.
Stroke leads to the deaths of about 162,000 Americans each year, and it is the number-one cause of paralysis in the United States.
22News met with a couple who are walking from Boston to Pittsfield to raise awareness for the various needs of children.
When individuals use opioids, it triggers the processes that give people feelings of pleasure from activities like eating, but more intense.
The heart problem that plagues Kimmel’s newborn is one of the most common heart-related birth defects, usually fixed with surgery.
There are some things older people can keep in mind to stay safe when operating a motor vehicle.
After the standoff in West Springfield, 22News spoke with veterans about this service member’s struggle with post-traumatic stress disorder.
Now, with a few taps on the LED screen and a credit card swipe, users of the machine she created can unlock access to items as small as a pa…
Specialists say talking to your doctors about ways to control post-operative pain could minimize problematic painkillers use.
The new guidelines presented by the Trump administration are more lenient than those put in place by the Obama administration.
Money will provide support for programs aimed at preventing drug use among school aged children.
Republicans on Capitol hill are counting the votes to see if they can repeal Obamacare this week.
Fentanyl-related deaths outpaced heroin deaths for the first time ever in Massachusetts last year.
An estimated 2 million people in the U.S. are addicted to prescription opioids.
There are both fruits and vegetables that can be bad for you, even toxic, if they aren’t prepared properly.
The House Speaker suggested a new approach state officials could take in regulating the new legal marijuana industry in Massachusetts.
The “unorthodox” idea of providing a sanctioned space for illegal intravenous drug use deserves further study, the Governor told reporters.