The bill makes three key changes regarding pre-existing conditions, Medicaid, and benefits.
Two Springfield facilities agree to improve handling and reporting hazardous chemicals.
Some state leaders say that if the Affordable Care Act is replaced, it would cost Massachusetts more than $1 billion.
Money will help community health centers pay for health projects, equipment and facilities upgrades.
House Republicans barely get the American Healthcare Act passed, but it has an uphill battle in the Senate.
The government would no longer reimburse about half of whatever Massachusetts spends on MassHealth.
The bill now heads for the Senate, where it is expected to change, and the plan leaves many important coverage decisions up to the states.
The White House and Republican leaders in the House had slowly cobbled together enough support for the legislation.
A study done by the CDC shows that restaurants and employees aren’t doing as much as they can to prevent allergic reactions to food.
After President Trump vowed to replace Obamacare, the House of Representatives on Thursday narrowly passed the President’s plan.
Governor Baker said this unorthodox idea merits further study, and could help monitor and combat the state’s opioid crisis.
Beaten but unbowed, Democrats insisted Republicans will pay at election time for repealing major provisions of the law.
The substance is a combination of different opioids, including heroin and fentanyl, and also contains elephant tranquilizer.
Powassan virus can result in death or permanent disability in 60% of cases.
Republican lawmakers in the House believe they have enough votes to pass their health care legislation.
Books can change your life, improve your health and lift your spirits and they don’t all have to come from the self-help shelf to work.
Cybersecurity and opioid abuse are shaping up as policy focus areas of the Massachusetts Senate.
Holyoke, Easthampton, Longmeadow, Chicopee, and Springfield are among the districts where fixtures had higher levels of lead.
Stroke leads to the deaths of about 162,000 Americans each year, and it is the number-one cause of paralysis in the United States.
22News met with a couple who are walking from Boston to Pittsfield to raise awareness for the various needs of children.