Brain Injuries Tied to PTSD in Marines
Study followed U.S veterans from Iraq, Afghanistan wars
Higher Altitude May Lower Sports Concussion Risk, Study Suggests
Review of high school athletes found 30 percent reduced rates of injury at elevations of 600 feet and up
Rise in U.S. High Chair Injuries Stuns Experts
Either safety straps aren't working or adults don't use them properly, researchers say
Coverage of Boston Bombings Unnerved Many: Study
Those who watched six hours or more a day reported more symptoms of stress
Healthy Blood Flow Seen a Year After Face Transplants
Study of three patients found 'excellent' circulation in transplanted tissue
Even Mild Blast Injuries Tied to Long-Term Brain Changes in Vets
Small study looked at U.S. soldiers 4 years after explosions
Sports injuries are common daily occurrences in the US. Most sports injuries are due to either traumatic injury or overuse of muscles or joints.
Prevention is the key to fighting many infectious diseases.
Exposing a wound to 100 percent oxygen can speed the healing process.
Because of poor blood circulation, wounds of all kinds heal slowly and are easily infected.
A scar is the body's natural way of healing and replacing lost or damaged skin.
Tetanus is an acute, sometimes fatal, disease of the central nervous system.