We love our pets, and one of the best ways to keeping our pets happy is by keeping them healthy.
Springfield City Councilors have set time aside for next week to talk about approving a proposed medical marijuana dispensary.
The FDA is calling a clinical trial that killed a cancerous brain tumor in an Upstate woman a medical breakthrough.
Veterinary medicine maker Zoetis of Florham Park, New Jersey, says recently approved Sileo will be available through U.S. veterinarians with…
Research is underway regarding CBD use in children with intractable epilepsy, according to Dr. Angus Wilfong, a pediatric neurologist at Tex…
One possible culprit for feeling low this time of year is seasonal affective disorder: It’s typically associated with winter, but warmer tem…
The researchers found that women who went to church more than once a week had a 33% lower risk of dying during the study period compared wit…
Most of the patient’s penis was removed during a battle with an aggressive and potentially deadly penile cancer.
The Athletic Trainers of Massachusetts gathered at the State House to promote their profession Monday.
Find out if the state and homeless advocates have made advances in placing homeless individuals and families in more permanent housing.
There’s a 10-year-old girl in Missouri that knows a thing or two about fitness. In fact, she just set a fitness record you won’t believe.
The suit was filed in 2015 by the family of 32-year-old Pamela Sampson, of Hadley, who died of pregnancy complications in 2013.
With the Zika outbreak spreading in Brazil, some are now calling on Rio de Janeiro to postpone the summer Olympics.
Wearing the smallest helmet manufactured with custom cushioning inside 3-year-old Dylan loves to zoom down the street.
Addicts can come to the police station and be connected to a treatment program if they commit to getting clean.
It’s called the Community Action plan. Franklin County communities are working together to help stop young people from using drugs.
Doctors say they’re seeing a disturbing and potentially deadly trend: people drinking diluted bleach in an effort to pass drug screenings.
First Aid isn’t just for scrapes, scratches and other minor physical injuries anymore.
What are you more afraid of, the Zika virus, or genetically engineered bugs being released in the wild?
More than 100 community members came together Thursday night to learn how to recognize and respond to child abuse.