It happens more often than you might think: Toddlers ending up drunk and in the emergency room after getting into adults’ drinks.
New research from AAA shows drivers who miss two to three hours of sleep more than quadruple their risk of getting in a wreck.
Doctors have been warning about the dangers of tanning beds, but now we’re getting a look at how many lives could have been saved.
Drivers who are just one or two hours shy of the recommended seven to eight hours of sleep each night nearly double their risk for a crash t…
With some variation across regions, medical school students are between two and five times more likely to experience depression than the gen…
The report said the worst products were hair relaxers, hair colors and bleaching products, which studies have linked to potential health har…
According to the Centers for Disease Control, fewer adults than ever in the U.S. are smoking cigarettes, only 36.5 million.
If you’ve ever gone grocery shopping on an empty stomach, chances are you’ve made a few bad choices.
The City of Westfield continues to move towards a more smoke free environment.
Don’t count on smartphone health apps in an emergency: A review shows many don’t warn when you’re in danger.
The Gift of Light campaign is a major fundraiser, held every year, that helps offset costs for those who attend cancer support groups.
A new study might have you thinking twice about taking an over the counter sleep pill.
Senate and House members gather to celebrate expected passage of major mental health reform, joined by father of Sandy Hook victim.
Church pastors and parishioners in western Massachusetts are learning how to save a life during an opiate overdose.
Goldberg questions the viability of borrowing funds from reserves against future marijuana licensing and tax revenues.
U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren wants to make some types of hearing aids available over the counter.
Brightlamp, Purdue-related startup is developing a one-of-a-kind app, aimed at detecting concussions.
The center, located on Mill Street in Springfield, will also have a new name, designed to reflect the treatment inmates receive.
Nearly 600 vets who received care at Wisconsin VA center may have been infected with several types of disease.
The daughter of a former NFL player died this week after she was found tangled in a mini-blind with cords wrapped around her neck.