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Licensed ambulance services across Massachusetts are required to submit the vaccination status of their employees annually to the state Department of Public Health under a new regulation that EMS … more
Californians this time of year await with great anticipation the first rain, with hopes that our thirsty gardens receive a reprieve, groundwater recharges our aquifers, and the mountains create … more
Massachusetts health officials said there’s been a modest increase in pneumonia in kids but that it is appropriate for the season. The post Flu is on the rise while RSV infections may be … more
Stainless steel children's cups and bottles sold by Amazon, Buy Buy Baby, Whole Foods and Bed Bath and Beyond are being recalled by the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission due to lead levels that … more
"The collaborations we've made, the partnerships that have been forged and the community that is being built is indescribable" more
When it was first announced back in 1995, the world was in shock. Bras cause breast cancer! You’re kidding, right? How could this foundation garment that lifts and shapes the breast be a source of … more
On Friday, the international community observed World AIDS Day, recognizing the enormous progress in preventing, detecting, and treating HIV since it became recognized as a new disease 42 years ago. … more
An attorney for the state of Connecticut grilled the superintendent about what actions the Board of Education took to address students’ mental health needs. more
Though the sport is known in most of the world as football, some of the best soccer goals of all time have not been scored with the foot but rather the head. Brazilian icon Pel&# xE9; and FIFA great … more
Her clients have used it to get back on track with certain postures or for those who simply wanted to try the practice for its therapeutic and exercise value more
The decline in the uninsured rate was driven by an increase in people covered by Medicaid more
The sidewalks of San Francisco's Castro District became the site of a sprawling memorial on World AIDS Day. more
A parent sent WCNC Charlotte photos that showed first responders inside C.C. Griffin Middle School. more
Staying happy and healthy this holiday season brought Springfield residents together Friday night for a free vaccine clinic. more
A local privacy group accused Kaiser Permanente of violating state law with its license plate readers. more
The Community Land Trust Association of West Marin will use the funding to add dwellings in Point Reyes Station. more
An unknown respiratory illness affecting dogs has caused fatalities among canines across the United States and has sparked concern among veterinarians and pet owners alike. more
Authorities said that the teen fell into a coma on Sept. 19 after taking a counterfeit Oxycodone pill that was laced with fentanyl. She later died in the hospital.          more
If you need a break but don't have paid vacation time, there are options. more
U.S. health officials say flu is picking up steam while RSV lung infections may be peaking. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Friday that COVID-19 remains the main cause of … more
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