The organization hosted an event Thursday night to educate people of all ages how they can “weed out asthma triggers” in their homes.
Parents of students at Hadley Elementary were sent notes encouraging them to get their children tested for the illness.
Diverticulosis is a condition where small pouches form weak spots in the wall of the large intestine.
Nearly 80 lawmakers have signed a bill that would require schools to test their water pipes for lead and install lead filters in water taps.
In Massachusetts, a group that lobbies on behalf of dentists has for the first time signaled a willingness to embrace the concept.
Another hospital in western Massachusetts has temporarily changed their visitation policies due to the recent amount of flu cases.
Just like with human prescriptions, pet medicine could have a harmful effect on children.
Suicidal thoughts and actions on social media is becoming a growing trend: 3 people have recently committed suicide while on Facebook Live.
22News spoke with doctors and patients who are concerned about the growing cost of health care in Massachusetts.
The Massachusetts Health Policy Commission on Wednesday released its Annual Health Care Cost Trends Report.
Organizations from throughout the Pioneer Valley received innovation planning grants totaling $300,000.
The FDA says using tap water isn’t safe to use for a nasal rinse because it’s not filtered or treated.
The suit alleges that in return for bribes disguised as consulting fees, the island’s former premier directed health care business to Lahey.
The 22News I-Team reviews state documents showing the instances of the use of restraints on special needs students.
A major new ethics report leaves open the possibility of one day altering human heredity to fight genetic diseases, with stringent oversight…
One community is appalled by what a five-year-old boy was found chewing on at a school playground.
Lawmakers wore red on Tuesday to support the movement in hopes of getting more people to focus on their cardiovascular health.
Here are some tips if you’re thinking about doing something this Valentine’s Day that your health will appreciate.
A nurse and infectious disease expert said to help prevent the spread of germs during flu season you should use a fist bump to greet someone…
New numbers show the number of kids abusing substances may be dropping, for the most part.