Springfield’s Mayor reached a new agreement with Hampden Care Facility, who plan to open a medical marijuana dispensary in the city.
People who drink sugary beverages regularly have a significantly higher risk of developing pre-diabetes.
When it comes time to need to reach far back in the cabinet, is it safe to take that expired medication?
When driving, people suffering with Alzheimer’s might miss the exit they take every day or get lost on the way to the grocery store.
A young Massachusetts boy has lived a tough life but an active one, the 4-year-old has already been drafted to a college baseball team.
Raymond Graber is seeing again for the first time in decades thanks to new “bionic eyes”.
The number of women dying from cancer is expected to more than double worldwide in the next 14 years.
Massachusetts will be joining Colorado and Washington among the states that allow the recreational use of marijuana.
Massachusetts voters have approved an animal rights measure, designed to create more humane conditions for farm animals.
Enjoyable as they may be, it’s best to let those bad habits go, especially if they’re causing us more stress and less peace of mind.
Drowsy driving is a factor in thousands of fatal car crashes, and sleep deprivation increases the risk of health problems.
A new policy went into effect in Westfield Public Schools that bans the use of food as a reward in classrooms.
Common tips that could help prevent getting the flu.
Engineers are working on a transparent that can be built into a contact lens and help diabetics monitor and control their glucose levels.
There have been more than 1,000 cases of unintentional deaths due to opioids so far this year, and it’s getting worse.
Republicans and democrats are united about at least one thing: more than half of them say the 2016 election is a source of stress.
A team of Japanese scientists claim to have invented the perfect way to shed the pounds: using diet goggles.
Daylight Saving Time serves as a reminder to do important tasks like change the batteries in your smoke detectors.
A Springfield physician built on her passion for helping the poor in the African nation of Tanzania.
Addictions agencies nationwide issued an alert after a company recalled a device used to deliver the drug overdose antidote naloxone.