October 18, 2014 October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. In light of this, we want to share some of the most recent statistics available. Did you know that breast cancer is the most commonly […]
As the Ebola crisis continues to worsen in West Africa, a Cambridge Biotech company is developing ways to help in the fight.
The Food and Drug Administration is considering a ban on electric shock devices used on teenagers and adults with disabilities at a school in Canton.
The Food and Drug Administration will be taking a closer look at spray sunscreens to see if they might pose health risks, especially in children.
For the first time, the FDA is requiring tanning bed manufacturers to warn users about the machine’s cancer risk.
Several hummus and dip products sold in Massachusetts have been recalled because of a possible health risk.
Judge Rya Zobel will hear arguments in a lawsuit claiming the state’s first-in-the-nation ban of powerful new painkiller Zohydro is unconstitutional.
The family has to find a doctor willing to administer the unapproved drug and so far, no luck.
The I-Team discovered, while some women enjoy the convenience, others are living a nightmare.
McKenzie Lowe wants to be a veterinarian someday, and she plans to accomplish that goal.