A Westfield medical marijuana facility inches closer to reality.
Connecticut among several states considering legislation that would curb opioid abuse
A Michigan woman feels lucky to have survived a rare strain of strep throat, which lead to several of her fingers and toes being amputated.
A recent study estimates that thousands of children under the age of three are treated yearly for injuries related to nursery products.
Price is not a factor considered by an independent committee used by Express Script to determine coverage of a new drug.
A new study out of the U.K. finds that some of the country’s best students are also indulging in drugs and alcohol, but not cigarettes.
A former executive of the New England Compounding Center is being charged with second degree murder in a 2012 U.S. meningitis outbreak.
Shoveling snow has been known to trigger heart attacks, but there are things you can do to reduce your risk and clear your driveway.
As we age, the collagen we have breaks down making our skin more wrinkled and less firm.
Officials say a large number of people have died from rare cancers, and they’re all alumni from the old Bayshore High School.
New report finds majority of parents don’t do enough to prevent young children from poisoning themselves with medicine.
Nutritionists say you should take a closer look at some foods, and the extras and additives, before you dig in.
Millennials want to know where their food is coming from, and they tend to shy away from anything that seems artificial.
One woman is totally blind and the others legally blind, and it’s very unlikely their vision will improve.
Negotiations between the registered nurses and Baystate Health have been going on since November, but have been unsuccessful.
State law does not require sellers to disclose whether a property has a lead water service line.
4-year-old boy dies during what was supposed to be a routine visit to the dentist.
A Westfield woman wants to get your blood tested.
Congressional Budget Office says millions could lose their health care under new GOP plan.
Monday’s estimate by the Congressional Budget Office says there would be 24 million more people uninsured by 2026 than under current law.