22News was at City Stage in Springfield, Thursday night, where Mercy Behavioral Health Care is taking steps to address addiction.
The President of the Riverbend Medical Group told 22News it’s not the temperatures that make you sick.
New in depth study examines the health impacts of cannabis and cannabis-derived products.
The flu and stomach bug have been going around and are spreading throughout homes and workplaces.
CVS is now selling a rival, generic version of Mylan’s EpiPen at about a sixth of its price.
Added wrinkles and gray hair show being POTUS is a high-stress job.
It is putting pressure on the state’s $39.25 billion budget at a time when the country is bracing for changes in federal health care policy.
The world’s blood pressure is going up, having increased globally in the last 25 years.
Study involving University of Connecticut suggests increased global limits on alcohol ads.
You might want to check your kitchen cupboard, a popular snack is being recalled because of Salmonella concerns.
For many parents, it is one of the most difficult decisions to make and one of the most controversial questions to answer.
A 23 member commission is trying to figure out what plays a role in different hospitals charging different prices.
Researchers show how the Mediterranean diet is linked to increased brain volume in old age.
Medical certificates given to truckers nationwide by a chiropractor operating out of an Atlanta truck stop will soon be revoked.
Northampton has just opened a new recovery center. 22News spoke with recovering addicts and specialists about the program.
22News takes a look at when you should seek medical treatment, and when you should just ride the sickness out.
People who pack their workouts into one or two sessions a week lower their risk of dying over roughly the next decade.
A young boy has been selling cards for years, to help his friend who is sick.
Smoking is the leading cause of preventable disease and death in the U.S. and many smokers vow to quit at the beginning of a new year.
Flu cases have risen dramatically across the country. Twelve states are reporting widespread activity.