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Baystate Health experts clear up confusion about a popular health myth about the need to drink eight glasses of water a day.
Over-the-counter medications may not be enough any longer to fight those pesky little creatures called head lice.
Orthopedic surgeon Dr. Joseph Lellman shares important tips student athletes can use to avoid injuries in the new school year.
Your children are healthy and is rarely sick. Learn how to protect them as you send them off to school for the first time where they will be exposed to all kinds of germs.
Learn how workplaces are changing to support breastfeeding mothers, as Baystate Health recognizes World Breastfeeding Week.
Many Americans aren’t taking the break they need by taking a vacation from work, but it's an important part of your health.
Find out how you can help your children stay hydrated this summer and come up with a strategy for the school year.
Every year, nationwide, an estimated 4,400 kids get hurt and are treated in emergency rooms for injuries involving thrill rides at amusement parks and traveling carnivals.
Doctors and researchers have released new guidelines, hoping to help young people avoid the health risks of energy drinks.
With liquid laundry packets gaining in popularity -- now used by 20 percent of U.S. households -- parents need to be aware of this emerging risk for children.