Colorado researchers are implanting rattlesnakes with tracking devices in order to better understand their habits.
The number of high school and middle school students using e-cigarettes dropped to 2.2 million last year, compared to 3 million in 2015.
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Toxicology reports also found traces of heroin and MDMA, which is also known as ecstasy.
A 6-year-old boy’s health is at risk after he accidentally pricked himself with a needle, which he found on the ground at a local park.
Another change may be coming to the Westfield’s water standards, this time in wastewater.
The recall has been issued due to the potential for the products to be contaminated with Listeria bacteria.
Woodstock Farms Manufacturing Inc. says the product has the potential to be contaminated with Listeria.
The House bill is proposing a 28 percent tax on pot sales.
The sounds of summer can have a deafening effect on your hearing.
New report finds e-cigarette use is on the decline among teenagers.
The company selling the new device claims it is easier to use than the EpiPen, and should come at a lower cost.
A local elder services agency received no fewer than 700 complaints of abuse already this year.
The Natural Resources committee talks about the concerns that could ban crumb rubber use on city property in Westfield.
Recent study finds detectable levels of lead in baby food, but experts say greater risks lay elsewhere.
The administration of the hospital plans to keep the facility open, using nurses from a staffing agency.
The girl’s mom first noticed a bruise a week ago which kept growing larger and larger.
More and more children are going on to live full and happy lives after being treated for cancer.
The City of Springfield has opened cooling centers for Monday and Tuesday during potential heat wave.
John Flannery, president and CEO of the conglomerate’s health care unit, will take over the post in August.