Springtime sunshine is strong. 22News is working for you with how to protect yourself from the sun.
A recent analysis of burger products found a few offensive extras like rat DNA and human DNA.
The beauty market is always looking for the latest so-called fountain of youth. Well, MIT and Harvard scientists may have found it.
How many Americans are turning to prayer when a health crisis hits? The number is so high, they might surprise you.
The American Lung Association has started a national movement as a way to unite women in the fight against lung cancer.
Approximately 750,000 Massachusetts residents report having a disability and the number of people age 65 and over in the state will grow by …
In addition to causing depression and anxiety and leading to alcohol and drug abuse into adulthood, the harmful effects of bullying manifest…
An illicit version of fentanyl is flooding into communities across America, and casual users are finding out that their fentanyl pills and p…
The American Lung Association hopes to bring awareness to lung cancer. 22News explains why this disease frequently goes untreated.
When a swaddled infant is placed on his/her side, the risk of SIDS increases, according to new analysis from the American Association of Ped…
More people are trying to use more “natural” products. Some are turning to essential oils as an alternative to certain medications.
There are lots of myths surrounding hangovers, and just a bit of scientific truth.
Electronic cigarettes have exploded in popularity with both adults and teenagers, but a new study shows that young children are getting hurt…
Telemedicine has been around from years, but it seems to becoming a bit more mainstream, with new apps offering connections to real doctors.
There hasn’t been anything Oliver and Barbara haven’t been able to overcome the last 57 years. Now, it’s the daily battle against Alzheimer’…
People will say they don’t exercise because they don’t have the time. Well a new study says that excuse no longer holds up.
According to the study, swaddled babies placed on their sides or stomachs are twice as likely to die from the syndrome.
The recall affects five styles of pacifiers, which were sold in stores including Babies “R” Us, Target, and Walmart.
While most weren’t seriously harmed, one child died and several had severe complications including comas and seizures.
Federal health officials said passengers aboard the first cruise ship to dock in Portland, Maine, this season may have norovirus.