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Every year, thousands of adults in the United States suffer serious health problems, are hospitalized, or even die from diseases that could have been prevented by vaccination.
A special evening designed to inspire teens to stay healthy – Baystate Mason Square Neighborhood Health Center’s 12th Annual Teen Night – is being held on Wednesday, April 8.
Don't let all the news about Ebola and enterovirus make you forget to get your flu shot this year.
You have a greater chance of catching the flu than you do of catching Ebola, so don't overly stress when you see the news coverage.
It’s healthy for children to play outdoors, but it's important parents understand the risk of being bitten by a nymph deer tick.
Find out how to prevent tick bites and recognize the symptoms of Lyme disease.
Here's how you can fight off mosquitoes and mosquito-borne diseases if you spend any time outdoors.
Several cases of MERS have been confirmed, but there is a low risk to the general public.
Baystate Medical Center is informing the community that a patient at the hospital has a confirmed case of measles.