Five products with an SPF label of 50 were found to have an actual SPF between zero and nine.
Teens consuming too much salt may increase their chances of a heart attack or stroke, according to a new study.
Some local school districts received high marks for student participation rates, while others have not.
The state has announced the drought is over but there are still water restrictions in Westfield.
The board of health determined that, currently, there will be no actions to prevent crumb rubber from being used in the Westfield.
For the first time, American women in their early 30s are having more babies than younger moms. 22News found out what’s causing this trend.
Devin Suau has DIPG, an inoperable form of cancer that affects the brain stem. He and his family have been active in raising awareness.
Some state lawmakers believe raising the purchase age could prevent people from becoming life-long smokers.
Measles was declared eliminated from the US in 2000 but remains common in many other parts of the world.
For a food product to be marketed as healthy, it should have low levels of total and saturated fat, sodium and cholesterol.
The largest portion of those injuries occurred when children were using the applicators themselves to clean their ears.
Phase 1 of the Westfield private well testing is coming to an end.
Teen who collapsed and died suffered caffeine-induced cardiac event after drinking an energy beverage along with other caffeinated drinks.
After three years at the top of the fitness rankings, Washington, D.C. has been dethroned and a new champion crowned.
Prosecutors say that Dr. Fernando Jayma, a Ludlow physician, was the number-two prescriber of oxycodone in the entire state.
Minnesota’s two licensed medical marijuana manufacturers have lost a combined $11 million in two years of legal sales.
The bill would also add e-cigarettes to the existing smoke-free workplace law and prohibit health care institutions
The American Heart Association hosted an event in Westfield to help raise money for research in to heart disease.
Avocado Hand: when the quest for good guacamole goes terribly wrong and lands you in the hospital.
Red Robin onion rings and night lights were also recalled this week due to undeclared milk and a fire hazard, respectively.