New Baystate Health Food Services Campaign helps you make healthier choices.
Cervical cancer is the second most common cancer in women worldwide. But did you know it’s almost always preventable? Specialist Dr. Tashanna Myers provides three steps for prevention and early detection.
With cancer, research indicates that inherited mutations play a role in about 5-10% of all diagnoses. So, can cancer really “run in your family,” and what steps can be taken to lessen that risk?
An open window is an invitation to tragic window falls for kids not properly supervised.
The Baystate Children’s Specialty Center’s metabolic disease clinic treats patients with genetic metabolic disorders that they inherit at birth. These disorders are genetic conditions that affect the metabolism or the body’s ability to turn food into energy.
There is no general screening test for ovarian cancer, and unfortunately, like many gynecological cancers, the early warning signs can be hard to spot. That’s why it’s so important to understand your risks and listen to your body for symptoms.
Baystate Franklin Medical Center’s Main Laboratory has received accreditation from the College of American Pathologists (CAP) for a two-year term.
Heat is a dangerous "disease" that can kill.
If you ask people about getting their colonoscopies, you often get nervous laughter, a few jokes, and lots of excuses.
Baystate Mary Lane Hospital will sponsor a Babysitters Academy in July to ready area youth for summer and fall babysitting responsibilities.