With flu season is right around the corner, the CDC is recommending only the injectable flu shots.
A new survey shows that a lot of Americans are sold on supplements, no matter what their doctor says.
Total health care spending in Massachusetts in 2015 was $57.4 billion, a 4.1 percent increase over 2014 that surpassed the state’s official …
Mass. law requires that drivers come to a complete stop if someone using a white cane or a guide dog attempts to cross the street.
Comparing Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump’s child care and family leave 2016 proposals.
Five new officers will be hired to patrol the Golden Gate Bridge specifically to search for people looking to jump to their death.
22News talked to first responders whose use of a reversal drug is having an impact in the fight against overdoses.
A National Prescription Drug Take Back Day has been announced in Western Massachusetts this upcoming week.
The American Cancer Society kicked off their 4th annual Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk of the Pioneer Valley.
450 people took part this year at the Crohn’s and colitis walk at Stanley Park in Westfield, almost double the number from last year.
People attending a prostate cancer awareness day learned that Black men are more likely to die from Prostate Cancer.
A law requiring health officials to check the state’s new drug monitoring website, before prescribing opioids, is going into effect Saturday…
Several states are still recovering from the aftermath of Hurricane Matthew. The American Red Cross is now asking for your help.
A popular type of protein bars are being recalled because they could be contaminated with a dangerous bacterium.
Saturday is global handwashing day. It seems like a simple thing, but experts say handwashing saves lives.
HIV/AIDS is still a big problem. Find out what one community is doing to spread awareness.
Compensation for medical professionals will start taking into account the quality of service, not just quantity.
Oxycontin, a powerful painkiller, hit the market two decades ago with bold promises, including 12-hour relief for chronic pain.
Some college students are skipping meals in order to speed up the effects of alcohol during drinking binges.
Tapestry Health stated that the program has been open since 2012, and over the past four years, about 4,500 people have been helped.