Thousands have signed up for an insurance plan through the state’s health connector and made their first month’s payment.
A small percentage of expectant moms experience an extreme and serious form of morning sickness.
We all know how important exercise is for our health and well-being, and some believe for cancer patients it has an even bigger pay off.
Hospital workers prepared quickly for the wedding. Relatives including the couple’s other children jingled bells from the back of the room.
The current lifetime ban by U.S. Food and Drug Administration states dates back to 1983 and forbids men who have had sex with men from becom…
The CDC said that a small amount of material from an experiment was mistakenly transferred from one lab to another and it might have contain…
Being able to manage the emotional ups and downs is important for both body and mind, said Laura Kubzansky, professor of social and behavior…
After the holiday hams and piles of desserts, it’s an inspiring time to make that New Year’s resolution to get fit.
The Arthritis Foundation is spreading a new message: if you want to keep moving, you’ve got to keep moving.
Former President George H.W. Bush will remain hospitalized through Christmas Day after experiencing shortness of breath two days ago.
A Missouri firm is recalling its Happy Apple brand caramel apples because of the potential that they could be contaminated with listeria.
The FDA recommended a change in the policy that prohibits gay men from donating blood. The ban has been in place since 1977.
A lab technician at the CDC was being monitored Wednesday for possible accidental exposure to the Ebola virus during an experiment.
Stress and food can make the holiday hard on your heart, but there are simple tips to help keep yourself healthy.
Joy Ross says it was love at first touch. Ross, who is now blind, likes to tease that she met her husband, George, on a blind date. At the e…
Mass. officials say about 40,000 people met a deadline for enrolling through the state’s health connector for insurance starting on Jan. 1.
Federal health officials are recommending an end to the nation’s lifetime ban on blood donations from gay and bisexual men.