Pete Frates was joined at his home in Beverly on Saturday by Democratic U.S. Rep. Seth Moulton.
Some plastic Oball Rattles can break and pose a choking hazard to young children and are being recalled.
A former nurse under investigation in the homicide of a 4-year-old has admitted stealing medicine meant to keep him alive, records show.
There are so many different warning signs but the biggest one the National Eating Disorder Association says to look for is change.
A special pair of glasses is opening up a colorful new world for an Iowa boy with a vision impairment.
Teething is no fun for babies and no fun either for parents trying to give some relief to their uncomfortable infant.
This is the third bald eagle brought to the wildlife center this year because of lead exposure.
New research finds the best way to combat debilitating fatigue that can accompany cancer treatments is not found in a pharmacy.
New treatment guidelines in the U.S. say certain patients can consider stopping Gleevec or similar drugs.
I have seen some ads saying corn oil is better for lowering cholesterol than olive oil. Is that true?
The parents of Daisy Lynn Torres are suing the practice, the dentist, the anesthesiologist and the Texas Anesthesiology Association.
An Oregon mother shared a text message exchange with a birth photographer who shamed her for having a c-section.
While most couples focus on making sure the mother-to-be is happy, it turns out the non-birthing partner can get the “baby blues” too.
Researchers gave him a gene, taken up by his blood stem cells, to help prevent the sickling.
New options for people to report if someone might harm themselves while broadcasting on Facebook Live.
Members of Congress are joining forces to stop the skyrocketing prices of prescription drugs.
In the past 15 years sitting has been linked to a host of health problems such as diabetes, but is there more to it than that?
There were 608 suicides in Massachusetts in 2014, more than the combined number of homicide and motor vehicle accidents deaths.
Testing of fast food chicken sandwiches recently revealed that the chicken you order may not be all chicken.
The American Cancer Society reports that those born in 1990 have double the risk of colon cancer and quadruple the risk of rectal cancer.