Learn some of the techniques used by child life specialists and caregivers in the emergency department to reduce stress and anxiety, minimize pain, and improve care and the patient experience.
An open window is an invitation to tragic window falls for kids not properly supervised.
Heat is a dangerous "disease" that can kill.
Motion sickness can ruin a vacation for both adults and children.
As temperatures rise, you may be looking for fun ways to cool off and stay active. Water activities offer relief during these hot summer months, but it’s important to stay safe. Dr. Richard Romano offers some tips to keep in mind.
During the holidays, especially on New Year’s Eve, the incidence of alcohol-related traffic fatalities increases.
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.
The Emergency Department at Baystate Mary Lane Hospital will offer blood pressure screenings daily at no cost.