The Massachusetts DPH announced on Thursday that the West Nile Virus was found in mosquitoes from Boston, Waltham, and Arlington.
It doesn’t take hard math to figure out more kids plus long periods of time equals more germ sharing and increased chances of getting sick.
1. I want my children to enjoy some sweets, but not too many. How much sugar is realistic but healthy?
With temperatures soaring into the 90’s, staying hydrated remains critical, but health experts say that isn’t the only thing you can do.
A cutting-edge glue designed to help people, has gone to the dogs. Doctors in Boston used it to help fix a dental problem for a pooch.
Over a period of a few hours Wednesday, Greenfield police had to deal with three significant overdoses.
While thousands have given blood, there’s still a critical shortage this summer. They need all types of blood.
Kids from Springfield’s South End Community Center delivered cards to lift the spirits of people battling cancer.
If you’re not a regular, you may have some questions about what to look for, and what’s healthiest and safest for your family.
In 2014, social media exploded with the “Ice Bucket Challenge,” now, two years later, scientists discover a new gene linked to ALS.
After a six-week paid internship, several young people now have a variety of jobs at the hospital available to them.
Extreme summer heat poses a unique threat to pets.
Dramatic 911 calls outline discovery and rescue of baby found inside sweltering car in Kentucky Walmart parking lot.
22News is working for you with ways to keep your pets safe in this heat, without running the air conditioner all day.
Employers want healthier employees and as a result, workplace wellness programs are hot!
A new approach to brain radiation may spare critical thinking skills in thousands of patients with brain cancer.
Business is winding down for the summer on Beacon Hill. 22News explain why a push to reduce youth smoking didn’t make the cut.
Some people seem to be convinced the virus has made going to the Olympics too dangerous.
General Mills is expanding a flour recall issued over a possible link to an E. coli outbreak after four new illnesses were reported.
According to health experts, heat stroke is when your body turns red and hot because you lose the protective benefit of sweating.