The center consists of two “houses,” each with private bed and bathrooms for 12 residents, and common living and dining areas.
Meal replacement company Soylent has faced a series of recent setbacks.
House Majority Leader Ronald Mariano, a Quincy Democrat who serves on the commission as an appointee of Speaker Robert DeLeo, said some of t…
Heart patients who take their meds as prescribed live longer with fewer complications.
A new survey from the March of Dimes finds that after nearly a decade of decline the preterm birth rate has gone up.
The study found that nearly half of those treated with the patch for 1 year were able to consume at least 10 times more peanut protein.
Before your children dig into the loot they’ve collected while trick or treating, there are a few things parents or caretakers should do.
A growing collection of DIY tutorials on YouTube has a number orthodontists concerned.
Zika virus ravages the testes of male mice, reducing sperm counts, says a study that raises a new specter about its threat to people.
The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics has come under great scrutiny with some see growing sensitivity to ethical and conflict-of-interest i…
Suicide is the second-leading cause of death among Americans aged 11 through 18.
They may not be able go door-to-door this year, but patients at Baystate Children’s Hospital are having a Halloween celebration of their own…
Introduced in 2012, Auvi-Q was recalled in 2015 amid concerns that the product was not delivering an accurate dosage of epinephrine.
One of the most famous cancer patients to have received a form of immunotherapy is former President Jimmy Carter, who had a deadly form of s…
Johnson & Johnson has been hit with a multimillion-dollar jury verdict in regard to their iconic baby powder and feminine hygiene.
The amphetamine is often prescribed to help children and young adults with attention-deficit disorder, or ADD, focus better.
Framingham school officials plan to increase testing of drinking water in schools throughout the district.
More than 1,900 people are living with HIV/AIDS in the Springfield area right now.
Pumpkin farmers are battling a fungus that covers the leaves of their pumpkin plants and reduces the weight and size of them.
Sensors embedded in pills deliver data that helps doctors track how effectively prescription drugs are being absorbed.