Many skin cancer patients are being treated by plastic surgeons who restore the removed portions of their faces.
The CDC no longer recommends FluMist, saying it just doesn’t provide strong enough protection.
Tough news for any parents to hear children in two states killed or seriously injured at amusement parks.
At Heritage Hall in Agawam Wednesday, participants put on special glasses and earmuffs in an effort to simulate the experience of dementia.
22News is reminding parents that your child may require a vaccine before they start classes.
We’ve often heard about the benefits of protein but a new study suggests not sources of protein are created equal.
The baby was reportedly pronounced dead shortly after it was born becoming the first death relating to Zika in Texas.
A new poll shows most Americans approve of late-term abortion if a woman’s fetus is threatened by the Zika virus.
The FDA is placing new restrictions on e-cigarettes and vaporizers. Massachusetts banned the sale of e-cigarettes to minors in 2015.
On the first day of school students are introduced to new teachers, classmates, and potentially new germs.
A 15-year study by the University of Dundee looked at the medical records of more than 530,000 British women.
University of Missouri study finds that fidgeting while sitting can help prevent arterial disease.
On Sunday, John Thompson began a week-long hike, in which he intends to include each of the highest mountains in News England.
Massachusetts DPH announced that the West Nile Virus was found in mosquito samples collected in two Hampden County cities.
You might not be a part of Team USA competing in Brazil, you can adopt the mental techniques top athletes use to gain an edge.
Young Florida boy made world-famous by viral meme celebrates anniversary of father’s successful kidney transplant.
The governor says that he supports the bill in principle, but he wanted more safeguards put into place.
As families prepare to send their kids back to school, nutrition experts are warning parents to stay away from prepackaged lunch meals.
Springfield City Councilors are expected to vote this month on granting a license for a proposed medical marijuana facility.
Massachusetts officials say they’re monitoring potential threats as confirmed cases emerge elsewhere in the United States.