Do you know whether your children are using drugs? A new exhibit aims to show you what to look out for.
According to postpartum support groups, one in seven women battle postpartum depression during pregnancy or after giving birth.
The governor said Monday that based on his conversations with “a number of folks in D.C.” there does not appear to be consensus around what …
DC gallery and city leaders buck the national trend and invest in disabled artists.
The CDC says 51 out of 54 states and territories are experiencing elevated levels of flu and flu-like illnesses.
Legislators are preparing for possible repeal of the Affordable Care Act, and with it, the guarantee of copay-free birth control.
22News spoke with community members that have been affected and found out what resources are available.
Over the past six months nearly half of schools tested in western Massachusetts had at least one sample with high levels of lead or copper.
Millions of smokers around the world, and a huge percentage of them are trying to quit at any given time.
First of a series of training sessions was held Monday, educating people on the opioid epidemic and what we can do to help stop overdoses.
The process reveals a lot about the city’s public water supply and its makeup, and city officials contend that the system is comprehensive a…
If the federal government pulls back on Medicaid funding, the state could be forced to use its own financial resources.
February marks the American Heart Month and here are tips for getting your heart-healthy.
Friday was the American Heart Association’s Go Red Day, and some Go Red ambassadors are being honored in a unique way.
Heart disease is the number one killer of women in the United States.
The NRA said overturning the regulation will protect a broad class of vulnerable citizens from government overreach.
The 22News I-Team requested and reviewed state records on incidents involving gas line accidents from November 2012 through the end of 2015.
The data shows 50 percent of those who lose their sense of smell will be dead in five years.
The single use laundry packets have higher concentrations of chemicals and cleaning agents and can lead to vision loss.
Starting in September, all antimicrobial soaps containing the potentially hazardous chemical Triclosan will be off store shelves.