If hitting the public pool this summer is on your mind, officials say safety should be as well.
Gov. Charlie Baker has signed into law a bill aimed at avoiding a battle over a health care pricing ballot question.
The CDC found that half of the people used flour before getting sick some of which was a General Mills brand.
A new study finds the number of concussions sustained by youth may be greater than experts previously thought.
They’re trying to make the information on labels easier to digest and this would impact anyone who has ever bought anything with the word na…
Testifying before the Senate Committee on Global Warming and Climate Change, Suuberg said that developing rules and strategies will take tim…
The researchers found that 2% to 3% of the hundreds of male rats that were irradiated developed brain tumors, compared with none of the cont…
Health officials are offering a word of caution about flesh-eating bacteria for those planning to head to the water this summer.
“Blade tenderized,” that label might read, followed by safe cooking instructions
Massachusetts lawmakers will be voting on a bill to hold pharmaceutical companies more accountable for their pricing information.
It’s been a tough season for people with allergies. 22News is working for you with how much longer allergy season might be.
Do you find yourself needing a nap or a shot of espresso in the afternoon?
Malfunctioning pool lights blamed for shock that sent 8-year-old Pennsylvania girl to hospital.
Cleaning your grill with the wrong brush could pose a bigger hazard than not cleaning it at all.
When it comes to lowering your cholesterol, a few simple measures can go a long way. Here’s some ways to keep your cholesterol in check.
Along with the heat and humidity in western Massachusetts, we’re seeing a lot more bugs these days.
The government agency insists it’s less to do with fixing the negative publicity of the past and more to do with focusing on its future.
New concerns arise about the potential dangers of cellphone radiation after a new federal study.
More than 3 million spill-proof cups for children between 4 and 12 months old are being recalled by Mayborn USA because of the risk of mold …
Health officials fear that if the resistance spreads to other bacteria, the U.S. may see supergerms impervious to all known antibiotics.