Greenfield health officials are considering to start a needle exchange program to combat the rise of Hepatitis C infections.
The nasal spray version of the annual flu vaccine failed to protect kids again last year, the latest in a string of failures.
Your morning cup of coffee may not be giving you the jolt of energy you’re expecting. This is especially true if you’re tired.
Now that it’s summer vacation, schools are still offering ways students can get those healthy meals.
So far, 15 children have died in hot cars this year. What actually happens when the body reaches hyperthermic levels?
Ohio teenager dies after contracting a brain-eating amoeba while swimming on a recent church trip.
Colorado doctor creates “Helmet Heads” program to teach kids the importance of bicycle helmets.
Four different companies have applied for medical marijuana dispensary licenses in Amherst.
Parents often see their kids hunched over with their faces glued to a screen, whether it’s a smart phone, tablet or hand-held game.
Four separate companies have submitted proposals, two of the four have already received a special town zoning permit.
Debilitating Medical Condition Treatment Centers Incorporated wants to build a dispensary on Beaulieu Street near Springdale Park.
The gold standard of treatment, buprenorphine, marketed as Suboxone, is taken orally, but patients don’t always follow instructions.
With Tuesday being the first full day of Summer, its a good time to think about protecting your skin from the harmful rays of the sun.
According to researchers, if you’re looking to keep your memory sharp, head for the gym.
Public health experts are seeing the convenience of apps and websites as a way to get more women using contraception.
The sheltered workshop services have provided employment for thousands of developmentally disabled persons for many years.
The company noticed a possible packaging defect that may result in product spoilage during transport and handling.
With kids hitting the pool to beat the heat, doctors are seeing an increase in the condition commonly known as “swimmer’s ear”.
The type of mosquitoes that transmit the Zika virus are already in the U.S., but there is a way to stop these bugs before you get bit.
Changes in diet and changes in lifestyle have helped contribute to what some are calling an epidemic of acid reflux disease.