The federal government has granted $870,000 for UMass nursing students to develop specialized skills in opioid abuse diagnosis.
Baker says the state made the request because transitioning to the federal rules could disrupt the insurance market in Massachusetts.
Recent studies are saying what you might already know; many Americans aren’t getting the sleep they need.
Researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology are designing an ingestible robot that could patch wounds, deliver medicine or disl…
More than 50 former professional wrestlers sued WWE Inc., saying the company is responsible for repeated head trauma.
A new procedure will soon be offered at Baystate Medical Center to help treat the symptoms of Parkinson’s Disease.
A 3-year-old girl died after a dental procedure at a California dentist on Saturday.
Skipping meals and working out excessively before a night of heavy drinking, as students try to cut calories and get drunk faster.
Check your freezer! Several varieties of P.F. Chang’s Home Menu meals are being recalled.
Researchers are working on ways to help autistic teens learn to drive.
A special prom will take place on Friday in honor of a girl who has made an emotional decision to die.
The Zika virus spreads through infected mosquitoes or sexual contact, but a new case in Utah does not fit those criteria.
Cats have worked as rat catchers in New York bodegas, Disneyland and ships during World War II. They’ve even protected the prime minister at…
Coloring books for all ages have become more popular than ever, with about 12 million sold in the United States last year, according to new …
Many veterans have a difficult time transitioning back to society following deployments.
A Texas cosmetic surgeon is building up a social media following by performing procedures on Facebook Live.
New research suggests drinking large amounts of diet soda can disrupt the “good” bacteria found in your intestines.
The Franklin Recovery Center offers 64 new treatment beds for people suffering with opioid addiction. Just three days after it opened on Mon…
The state auditor says that MassHealth paid out $15 million to provide additional care services to patients already residing at rest homes.
Mayor Sarno wants to protect those experiencing heat stress