When should you call the doctor or go to the ED with your sick child? See Baystate Children's Hospital guidance.
A surgical option known as targeted muscle reinnervation (TMR) has the potential to significantly reduce or eliminate amputation-related nerve pain.
This Epilepsy Awareness Month, learn what to do if someone is having a seizure, including seizure first aid and seizure types.
Use these tips for talking to your family about their health and compiling your own medical history tree.
Choosing a primary care provider means deciding which kind of care you need – family medicine, internal medicine, or pediatrics. Learn the difference.
Doctors want you to get your flu shot before the end of October. Learn where to get your flu shot and why experts say the flu vaccine is so important.
After stroke, patients often lose hand strength and dexterity. Occupational therapists offer in-office rehabilitation and hand exercises you can do at home.
Being informed is one step towards being healthy. Learn what questions to ask your doctor at your next appointment depending on your diagnosis or situation.
Colon cancer is usually found in people without a family history. But it runs in the family in some cases, especially if first-degree relatives have had it.