When should you call the doctor or go to the ED with your sick child? See Baystate Children's Hospital guidance.
Children’s hospitals are filling up with respiratory illnesses. If your child has a runny nose, cough, fever, or sore throat, call your pediatrician first.
Nerves send signals to your brain that allow you to feel sensations. Nerve damage can cause pain. Learn the common causes of nerve pain and treatment options.
Healthy holiday tips, from steering clear of COVID and other viruses to getting enough sleep and fitting in exercise to minimizing stress.
Nonprofit hospitals conduct Community Health Needs Assessments (CHNA) to identify areas of need and make plans to address community health issues.
Use these tips for talking to your family about their health and compiling your own medical history tree.
Experts still recommend face masks as a preventive measure against COVID-19, along with vaccination. Learn up-to-date face mask tips and basics.
Choosing a primary care provider means deciding which kind of care you need – family medicine, internal medicine, or pediatrics. Learn the difference.
PTSD (post traumatic stress disorder) can have a major effect on your everyday life—leading to job loss, substance abuse, divorce and more. Know the signs.