New Missouri program works to provide care without costly office visits.
Study results suggest “yuck factor” may be an effective tool for boosting hand hygiene compliance
A raccoon tested positive for rabies in Westfield. Now, anyone who may have come in contact with it needs to be tested.
EMS crews used naloxone to save an overdose victim, and they were able get there in time because a bystander called 9-1-1.
Cleide Fernandes decided to raise money this way after her son was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis a year ago, when he was 17-years-old.
Health officials have approved the first cholera vaccine intended to protect U.S. travelers from the potentially life-threatening disease.
A national health foundation is supporting an initiative in Springfield’s Old Hill neighborhood.
The World Health Organization says women who live in areas where Zika is spreading should consider delaying pregnancy.
When vacation ends, many report feeling depressed and sluggish in the office. Experts have some suggestions on how to beat it.
Brushes and sponges should be washed at least every couple weeks to help avoid acne and infections.
The FAA has ruled out requiring psychological testing for airline pilots in favor of enhanced mental health support programs.
1. If I eat most of my food at dinner, does it really make it harder to lose weight? 2. Does maple syrup have any health benefits?
Controversial new law is expected to triple the number of terminally ill people who can get a lethal dose of medication from their physician…
According to a new study, hospitals are seeing more younger and African-American stroke patients.
New technology holds the promise of making malaria-proof mosquitoes, eliminate Zika-carrying cousins or wipe out invasive species.
Earlier this year, the Health Policy Commission recommended that lawmakers consider requiring greater transparency in drug pricing and rebat…
House leaders are insisting on spending cuts to finance the battle.
The proposal would place a cultivation center and retail shop near Beaulieu Street and Springdale Park.
The label for GMO foods proposed by advocates would read: “Partially produced with genetic engineering.”
The Food and Drug Administration warned doctors and patients Tuesday that the drugs can cause potentially deadly heart problems.