For those mired in the eternal quest for health and happiness, there’s some good news. Harvard is on the case.
Its complexity and sheer variety of uses offer huge potential in the burgeoning, multi-billion dollar field of personalized medicine.
Vaccine development is a slow process in large part because it needs to keep test subjects, and those who will get the vaccine, safe.
A type of bacteria that kills mosquito larvae will be sprayed from a helicopter flying over East Longmeadow Thursday morning.
Medical exemptions require a doctor’s approval, but religious exemptions only require a parent’s say-so.
Thanks to new research, the drug LSD could be returning to its roots as a treatment for psychiatric disorders.
Posting prom pictures, how someone got asked and prom events, contributes to feelings of social isolation for some.
Experts are spreading the word, trying to prevent the spread of disease. But, not all parents are on board.
Thunderstorm phobia can cause pets to hide for hours, chew things up or even become aggressive during a storm.
The state is giving $2-million to school districts that want to test for lead in their drinking water.
More and more children are being poisoned by those brightly colored laundry detergent packets; 2 children died have died.
The growing number of patients who claim pot helped them drop their painkiller habit has intrigued lawmakers and emboldened advocates.
A mumps outbreak at Harvard University has affected 40 members of the school community in the last two months.
The cookies are Chocolate Chunk, Oatmeal Raisin and Sugar Cookie with M&M Chocolate Candy.
The items were shipped nationwide for institutional use, and records from the Waco, Texas-based company show schools purchased the products …
More Americans are getting lip augmentations across the country. New data shows a record number of the facial procedures were done.
Close to 100 people watched the documentary Monday night, and then discussed ways to help people impacted by the opioid crisis.
While most of us are aware that fast food is not the healthiest option, a new study links a dangerous chemical from plastics to fast foods.
Concentrations of arsenic were twice as high in the urine of infants who ate white or brown rice than those who ate no rice, according to re…
The vote followed a decidedly negative FDA review posted online last week.