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There are many forms of skin cancer and the early signs can vary in size, shape, and appearance. Start by learning the A, B, C, D, and Es of skin cancer.
No matter where you live on the planet or the season you’re experiencing, if you go outdoors, UV rays from the sun pose a risk to your skin.
Baystate experts emphasize precautions and offer tips to help student athletes reduce their risk of getting COVID-19.
What are vaccines, and how do they work? Learn the facts from an infectious disease expert.
In recognition of National Breastfeeding Month, an experienced lactation consultant and parent educator shares her top breastfeeding tips for expectant and new moms.
Dr. Heather Sankey answers important COVID-19 questions, including whether breastfeeding is safe and whether you can bring a partner during birth.
Now is the time to call your pediatrician to schedule your child’s back-to-school checkup.
The CDC has updated guidance for vaccinated people. Read more about guidelines and how-to.
Mosquitoes can do more than leave your skin itchy. Learn how to keep them out of your house and backyard.