Cleveland Clinic says yoga, acupuncture and hypnosis can be viable alternatives to painkillers.
Some women, primarily millennials are choosing environmentally friendly forms of feminine products.
When the sun is beaming down, our cars can heat up by 20 degrees in just 10 minutes. Leaving a window cracked isn’t enough.
The warm weather has brought the mosquitoes out, and Northampton has a plan to help keep residents safe.
It’s a constant night time struggle for new parents, do you comfort your baby when they wake up crying or let them cry it out?
We know they are addictive, which can be deadly, and doctors have questioned how well they actually relieve pain before.
American cyclist Tejay van Garderen understands the chances that he might contract the Zika virus at the Rio Olympics are minimal.
Brazil’s famous white sand beaches hide a disgusting reality that many Olympic athletes are trying to deal with.
1. What foods help keep my skin looking young? 2. Can my vitamin D go too high if I am in the sun often this summer?
Local retailers opposing the measure say the new minimum likely won’t have much of a difference on teens who seek out tobacco products.
If you’re trying to lose weight, or maintain a weight you’re happy with, vacation time can present a challenge.
A man who received the nation’s first penis transplant calls the operation a success and is going home.
The Obama administration is pressuring the food industry to make foods from breads to sliced turkey less salty.
Researchers are moving ahead with efforts to develop a diagnostic test for chronic traumatic encephalopathy, even without the NFL’s help.
A woman infected with Zika gave birth in New Jersey to a baby girl with birth defects caused by the virus, her doctor said Wednesday.
Health officials in Northampton are working to create a mosquito surveillance and treatment plan to help prevent any possible outbreaks.
It is not a superbug; not yet, anyway. That’s the word from the CDC about mcr-1, an antibiotic-resistant bacteria recently discovered.
If hitting the public pool this summer is on your mind, officials say safety should be as well.
Gov. Charlie Baker has signed into law a bill aimed at avoiding a battle over a health care pricing ballot question.
The CDC found that half of the people used flour before getting sick some of which was a General Mills brand.