Thankfully, starving is no longer recommended for treating any sickness. Proper nutrition — and even more important, proper hydration — is…
Bolen and her family donated Michael’s brain to a national program called Autism BrainNet, a network of research institutions that facilitat…
Soccer is a way for countless kids to get exercise, learn team-values, and make friends and it’s growing in popularity, as well.
The town’s health department director says that once the taps are allowed to run for a short time, the problem goes away.
Western Massachusetts teachers met in Greenfield Friday to help reduce teen drug use.
Cancer is the fourth leading cause of death for children overall, accounting for about 1 in 10 childhood deaths in 2014.
A bio-tech company says their new patch, worn on the skin, can tell you when you’ve had too much to drink.
The Mass. Department of Public Health is proposing new regulations for how medical marijuana dispensaries advertise their products.
It’s possible that the use of e-cigarettes may help quit smoking, which can help lower the risks of dying early.
22News spoke with experts to find out how long it really takes to recover from pneumonia.
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Police say a teacher thought that the five year-old was playing with a candy wrapper, but looked in his lunchbox to find dozens of drug pack…
Commissioner Roger Goodell announced the “Play Smart. Play Safe” initiative in an open letter Wednesday.
Researchers discover gene mutation that could help people suffering from Crohn’s and other inflammatory diseases.
Following a public comment period in June, the Baker administration made changes to its so-called MassHealth waiver extension request.
Summer is not officially over yet, but 22News is working for you with why you might want consider getting your flu shot now.
Plans are in the works to grow medical marijuana in Palmer. 22News found out it also involves several other western Massachusetts towns.
The Massachusetts Department of Public Health announced on Tuesday that a second person has been diagnosed with West Nile Virus this year.
Infections caused by drug-resistant bacteria cause 1,000’s of deaths every year. Now, health agencies are looking to crowd-source a solution…
Lieutenant Governor Karyn Polito is rallying against Ballot Question 4, which would legalize, regulate and tax the sale of recreational pot.