Fewer high schoolers are lighting up than in the last 24 years, the CDC says. Good news, but the smoking alternative might be troubling.
People may be dying unnecessarily from car crashes, gunshots and injuries, but where you live shouldn’t determine if you survive.
It’s similar to a GPS system and until recently, it was only offered in hospitals. Now it’s down to a small computer.
Bella’s mom says she went to Huntington Beach and had a small cut on her face but never thought it would lead to what it did.
The new tax will tack on an additional 1.5 cents per ounce on soda, iced tea, lemonade, sports drinks, and energy drinks.
Life-saving injections have seen a massive price hike after one drug manufacturer stopped making the devices.
Getting a sunburn is not only painful, it damage key parts of our skin which can lead to skin cancer.
Mass. could soon be eligible for millions of dollars to help combat the opioid crisis. 22News explains how this money could help save lives.
A new program is designed to help people know whether they are at risk for Lyme disease and other tick-borne illnesses.
Are there problems with taking too much B-12 supplements? Is there a diet that can help improve recovery from a hip replacement?
Check for ticks in the hard to reach areas of your body. Behind your ears, along your hairline, and between your toes.
Summer months are the deadliest for teens on the road. 100 days after Memorial Day see a drastic rise in fatalities.
The WHO has reassured athletes and tourists that there isn’t a greater threat of the Zika virus spreading because of the Olympic Games.
Peanut residue accidentally included in some of the country’s most well-known snacks is creating a lengthening roster of recalls.
Women infected with the Zika virus late in their pregnancies had babies with no apparent birth defects.
Two new studies are offering some of the clearest snapshots yet of how babies build up protective gut bacteria.
State law currently restricts the sales of tobacco to those age 18 and over, but a bill on Beacon Hill would raise that to 21.
The internet is going crazy over a photo of a girl who got poison ivy on her eyes.
Mental health professionals say constant cell phone use not classified as addiction.
Short of running away and joining the circus, aerial fitness may be the closest most of us will get to the flying trapeze.