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The vast majority of recycling gets recycled. So don't believe the urban legend!

Most of us are familiar with the sensation: you got in the house at 6 p.m., turned on Netflix at half past, and suddenly it's 2 in the morning and you need to be up in five hours. But the grogginess of the following day might not just be down to…

Rain brought them out Joseph Rotella, special waste manager for Rhode Island Resource Recovery, speculated Saturday that the day's rain brought people out to the eco-depot held at the city yard on Sandy Lane. They decided it was time to clean out the'

Many eye problems require the medical knowledge that an ophthalmologist has from years of clinical and surgical training. But there are eye problems that you can treat safely at home, as long as they

Driving under the influence and distracted driving are well-known hazards, but few people think twice about getting behind the wheel when feeling drowsy, a sleep expert warns.

Enlarged prostate, also known as benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), is a common condition that men experience. As men age, the prostate grows. This increases the likelihood of symptoms, such as:

Caffeine-laden energy drinks are popular, but they might make your blood vessels less efficient, a small study suggests.

Dr. Tenacious takes us on a trip to the schools in the southern end of the county and lets us see some of the cool things going on in Carrsville Elementary, ...

Wednesday morning at Carrollton Elementary School was a festive showing of hundreds of costumed children and a Halloween soundtrack of Michael Jackson’s “Thriller” playing on the intercom.

The Miriam Hospital in Providence has opened an ostomy center. An ostomy is where a portion of your bowel is rerouted to the surface of the skin and hooked to an appliance, which is a plastic, disposable bag. It often occurs after colorectal cancer surgery or in people with colon diseases, such as inflammatory bowel disease. Caryn Boudreau, 63, of Cumberland has one. She had one surgery for colon cancer in 2017, then a second just a few months ago, after a second…

Is the thought of all the potential Halloween trash more frightening than Halloween itself? No need to fear. We’ve got some green Halloween tips that are sure to scare away any waste of ghosts from Halloweens past, present, or future.

Tap wants to make it easy for you to find a place to fill up your water bottle, in turn eliminating purchases of single-use plastic water bottles. It has signed up restaurants including Umami Burger and Sweetgreen to join its network.

ATTLEBORO, Mass. — When Ray Tameo was a young boy and his friends invited him to play baseball, he usually turned them down in favor of going birdwatching.

An instructional coach at Carrollton Elementary School was among those leading the charge in recent hurricane relief efforts.

PROVIDENCE — As a rally broke up in support of the $47.3-million bond issue on the November ballot that includes funding to protect public

CharterCARE provider Group of Rhode Island has been awarded Elite Status on the America’s Physician Group 2018 Standards of Excellence survey.