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Latest Insurance Institute for Highway Safety study finds smaller cars have the highest driver death rates.
Up to 80 percent of the sun’s harmful UV rays can penetrate your skin through the clouds.
A new report rounded up what is currently known and not known about the effects of marijuana, including benefits and side-effects.
Vermont Gov. Phil Scott says he has concerns about public safety, children’s health, and how to measure impaired drivers.
Graco Children’s Products is recalling more than 25,000 car seats because the harness webbing can break in a crash.
The FDA recommends people wear sunscreen with an SPF of 15 or higher.
With warmer weather and more people heading outside, the bugs and pests are right there with you.
Health officials debate if treating opioid addiction with medication save lives or does it trade one addiction for another.
Athough there are Lyme disease vaccines for dogs, there are no Lyme vaccines for humans in the United States.
Depending where you are, you’ll get a different answer to the age-old question of how old you should be to buy and smoke tobacco or marijuan…
New data from the American Society of Plastic Surgeons shows 20-percent increase in the number of “gender confirmation” surgeries in 2015.
Teens are spending nine hours a day on their cell phone and computers, which strains the neck, and pulls the neck bones out of place.
If you have purchased a package of these franks, you should discard any unused portions and bring in the purchase receipt to Stop & Shop for…
The Gypsy Moth Caterpillars are impacting more than just the trees and leaves in eastern Hampden County.
22News spoke with a pharmacist to find out how to best deal with those itchy mosquito bites.
Seasonal allergies can make some people feel terrible, but pets can suffer from allergies too.
Despite repeated arrests for selling heroin, the 22News I-Team found many dealers don’t face much jail time.
Five products with an SPF label of 50 were found to have an actual SPF between zero and nine.
Teens consuming too much salt may increase their chances of a heart attack or stroke, according to a new study.