Over two decades ago, Cecelia was born prematurely at Baystate Medical Center. As an adult, she returns to Baystate to become a parent herself.
Cancer patient Nancy Boistelle placed her survival in the hands of God and her doctors, and experienced a miraculous recovery.
12-year-old Naqi Dar of Warwick, talks about his cancer journey and how Pokémon Go helped him through his diagnosis and treatment.
Having a Level I Trauma Center close by saved Paul Bachini's life.
Katherine Mallory of Lenoxdale talks about her decision to deliver her second child at Baystate Franklin Medical Center.
Thanks to the Baystate Children’s Specialty Center, 18-year-old Joe Fratini says he's confident he can manage his chronic illness while he’s away at school.
Baystate’s New Beginnings is a parent education program that helps support parents of newborns. Jordan, like all mothers who deliver at Baystate Wesson Woman’s Hospital, was offered the free service after giving birth at the hospital.
12-year-old Carmelina Durocher doesn't let her health challenges get in the way of helping others.
The message for Stroke Awareness Month is clear. Better stroke outcomes begin with stroke recognition, and calling 9-1-1 immediately can make a difference.
The University of Massachusetts Dance Marathon raised $212,134.97 for the Baystate Children’s Hospital, surpassing its $200,000 goal.
In a touching tribute to their stillborn daughter, Megan and Jason Maynard are reaching out to other families experiencing the loss of a child.