With the Zika outbreak spreading in Brazil, some are now calling on Rio de Janeiro to postpone the summer Olympics.
Wearing the smallest helmet manufactured with custom cushioning inside 3-year-old Dylan loves to zoom down the street.
Addicts can come to the police station and be connected to a treatment program if they commit to getting clean.
It’s called the Community Action plan. Franklin County communities are working together to help stop young people from using drugs.
Doctors say they’re seeing a disturbing and potentially deadly trend: people drinking diluted bleach in an effort to pass drug screenings.
First Aid isn’t just for scrapes, scratches and other minor physical injuries anymore.
What are you more afraid of, the Zika virus, or genetically engineered bugs being released in the wild?
More than 100 community members came together Thursday night to learn how to recognize and respond to child abuse.
Boiling vegetables causes water-soluble vitamins to leach into the water, effectively wasting them. When in doubt, microwave.
The report calls for a “safety culture in which preventing patient harm is the top priority.”
On Thursday, the FDA announced that it is now requiring label changes for antibacterial drugs called fluoroquinolones.
1.) Does washing produce with vinegar remove pesticides? 2.) How can we grill this summer without forming cancer causing compounds?
The UMass College of Nursing is looking to less medication and more creative approaches to help veterans with their medical problems.
Morton Hospital said the contractor, Norton Emergency Services, was putting patients at risk by not providing “critical and timely services.…
Tylenol might do more than just numb the pain, or get rid of a headache, according to a new study.
Conor Purdon never had a bad experience with weed, until this past February when he smoked a more potent variety of marijuana.
Technology has in many ways made our lives so much easier. However, a new study looked at how teens view their smartphone use.
Thousands are dying every year because of drug abuse and addiction. 22News discovered a flaw in the opiate abuse prevention system.
Reoccurring concussions in teens can lead to severe long term damage, and it’s easier to get one than you think.
22News found out what police do to identify people driving under the influence in western Massachusetts.