In a recent survey in Brazil, teenagers were asked about a condition known as tinnitus that causes ringing or buzzing in the ears.
The City of Holyoke Tuesday night moved one step closer to being a host city for a medical marijuana dispensary
After a mosquito in Chicopee tested positive for West Nile Virus, 22News wanted to update you on the threat levels across Massachusetts.
Pregnant women urged to avoid area near downtown Miami where several cases of Zika have been confirmed.
There are tips for protecting yourself, family and pets from the West Nile Virus and EEE.
Funding is critical to prevent future deaths by adding new treatment beds and expanding the availability of Naloxone.
A letter from the federal government says there is little evidence that flossing helps, but dentists may continue recommending the practice.
Nearly two dozen people went to emergency rooms in two days after using a potent batch of synthetic marijuana.
Bug sprays available now can stop the mosquitos transmitting the dangerous virus but how do you know which spray is the most effective?
A new study takes a look at how much time Americans spend glued to their screens.
A comprehensive scan of human DNA has turned up the apparent hiding places of more than a dozen genes linked to the disorder.
Many of America’s restaurants are adding more layers, more combos, and more courses to their meals.
Doctors recommend new UV-protection clothing with sunscreen built into the fabric.
The most basic of baking ingredients, flour, is at the center of a complicated question.
U.S. health officials said they do not expect widespread outbreaks in this country of the sort seen in Brazil and other parts of Latin Ameri…
Massachusetts health officials are urging residents to take precautions to avoid getting bitten by mosquitoes.
The best way to protect your home from mosquitoes is to break the mosquito reproduction cycle.
If you want to preserve your eye health, putting on sunglasses should be taken as seriously as sunscreen.
With so many over-the-counter pain medications available, it’s often hard to select the right one.
With two-a-days happening in just a few weeks, high school football players may look to supplements like protein powder to build muscle.