Baystate Medical Center hosted a special cancer screening event for women Monday night.
A new study shows just how often parents mistakenly give their children too much, or even the wrong medicine.
Ebola, ISIS and other scary topics are becoming campaign issues as Election Day nears.
Federal health officials on Monday issued new guidelines to promote head-to-toe protection for health workers treating Ebola patients.
The worldly gentleman designer who shaped the wardrobe of socialites and Hollywood stars for more than four decades, has died.
A man arrested Friday led police to bodies of seven women; investigators are probing more possible murders.
Jesse Leroy Matthew Jr. is now charged in the investigation of a 2005 rape in the city of Fairfax.
Meteorologists say Earth is now on pace to tie the hottest year ever recorded, or more likely, to break it.
Researchers are looking into how common medical conditions impact the brain in middle-aged participants with a family history.
What’s the best way to avoid catching something? Health experts say, wash your hands.
Instead of handing over a credit card, customers can swipe an iPhone 6 on specially installed readers at 200,000 retail stores.
The surge in iPhone sales helped the company beat Wall Street’s expectations for the three months that ended Sept. 27.
The increase goes into effect on Dec. 29.
Marijuana has become the “next tobacco industry,” a Colorado health activist said during a visit to Boston Monday.
Springfield police say that the driver in a deadly single-car accident went up to officers and demanded to be arrested.
Since they haven’t shown symptoms in the 21-day incubation time, they’re now considered cleared of having Ebola.
While some say it prevents voter fraud, others say it’s a partisan effort to limit voter turnout.