The majority of mumps cases in Massachusetts have been among vaccinated people with connections to universities.
Asked on Friday whether Massachusetts would be part of the coalition, Baker was noncommittal but said he is willing to work with other state…
Some 250 survivors of cancer gathered for an annual gathering Friday, hosted by Holyoke Medical Center.
An eighth grader at the Bellamy Middle School has made a big difference for one of her schoolmates, who is battling cancer.
The benefits of physical activity are well known. But you don’t have to be in the gym to reap the rewards of exercise.
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The New Hampshire House has voted to remove criminal penalties for possessing small amounts of marijuana.
A large study out of Denmark has found another reason to eat chocolate.
Residents are being urged not to drink their water without first boiling it, after a test showed the presence of enterococci bacteria.
22News spoke with the West Springfield Fire Department about how people can stay safe while grilling this Memorial Day weekend.
Consumers have reported 12 incidents involving the lawn mowers, including five fires.
Certain jars of California Sun Dry Sun-Dried Tomato Pesto are being recalled because they may have incorrect information on the label, the s…
Before you toss a hot dog on the grill this Memorial Day, make sure it doesn’t have any metal in it.
Don’t go to bed with an empty stomach. Some experts are now saying snacking before snoozing is beneficial.
The lifesaving devices are increasingly needed, due to an increase in severe food allergies.
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Latest Insurance Institute for Highway Safety study finds smaller cars have the highest driver death rates.
Up to 80 percent of the sun’s harmful UV rays can penetrate your skin through the clouds.
A new report rounded up what is currently known and not known about the effects of marijuana, including benefits and side-effects.
Vermont Gov. Phil Scott says he has concerns about public safety, children’s health, and how to measure impaired drivers.