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Certain Childhood Fractures May Signal Low Bone Density: Study

Coaches Don't Always Protect Young Pitchers' Arms: Study

Concussions Linked to Alzheimer's Risk in Study

Concussions Common in Middle School Girls Playing Soccer: Study

Cops on Night Shift at Higher Risk of Serious Injury: Study

Coverage of Boston Bombings Unnerved Many: Study

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Despite New Rules, Injuries Still Costly for NHL, Study Finds

Dietary Supplements Can't Treat or Cure Concussions: FDA

Doctors Need to Protect Athletes From Concussion Risk: Neurologists

Doctors Regrow Large Areas of Muscle Lost in Injured Soldiers

Drunk-Driving Deaths Under-reported in U.S., Study Says

Ease Into a Workout Program to Prevent Injuries

Eczema Tied to Bone Fracture Risk in Study

ERs See Spike in Traumatic Brain Injuries

Even Mild Blast Injuries Tied to Long-Term Brain Changes in Vets

Even Mild Concussion Can Cause Thinking, Memory Problems: Study

Expert Offers Backpack Safety Tips

'Extreme Sports' Linked to 40,000 Head and Neck Injuries Per Year

Falls Leading Cause of Serious Head Trauma for Kids, Study Shows

Falls Top Car Crashes as Leading Cause of U.S. Spinal Injuries

Few Good Resources on Self-Harm Exist Online, Study Finds

Football Helmets Not Much Protection Against Hits to Side of the Head: Study

For a Child's Fracture, Use Ibuprofen, Not Morphine: Study

For Many College Athletes, the Payoff Is Lifelong Disabilities: Study

Get Fit Before You Hit the Slopes

Head Injuries Tied to Higher Migraine Risk for Veterans

Head Trauma in Abused Babies, Toddlers Can Have Lifelong Impact

Head, Neck Injury May Triple Younger People's Risk for Stroke

Headbanging to Heavy Metal Music Linked To Man's Brain Bleed

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Healthy Blood Flow Seen a Year After Face Transplants

Heavy Kids May Suffer Worse Elbow Fractures

Higher Altitude May Lower Sports Concussion Risk, Study Suggests

Hips Pivotal in Avoiding Elbow Injuries While Pitching

Hot Cars Can Quickly Prove Deadly for Kids

ICU Patients at Much Greater Risk for PTSD: Study

Infections Like Colds, Chickenpox Tied to Some Stroke Risk in Kids

Injection Treatment No Help for Hamstring Injuries, Study Says

Injuries From Swallowed Magnets on the Rise in Kids, Study Finds

Injuries on the Increase in High School Lacrosse, Study Shows

Insured Patients May Not Always Get Best Trauma Care, Study Finds

It's 'Buyer Beware' for Decorative Contact Lenses, FDA Says

Japan Quake Shows How Stress Alters the Brain

Kids' Concussion Symptoms Can Linger Long After Injury: Study

Leeches Help Save Woman's Ear After Pit Bull Mauling

'Little League Shoulder' on the Rise

Misdiagnoses Common Among U.S. Outpatients: Review

MIT Researchers Develop Safer 'Button' Battery

Modern Forensics Provides Clues to Death of Richard III

Modern War Wounds Can Devastate Vets' Sexual, Emotional Health

Most Crash Victims Don't Plan to Sue: Study

Muscle and Bone Injuries, Mental Disorders Plagued U.S. Iraq War Vets

Nail-Gun Injuries on the Rise Among Construction Workers

New 'Bioengineered Skin' Gets Closer to the Real Thing

New Campaign Seeks to Help Sleep-Deprived Americans

No Harm Done From 'Scoop and Run' Police Transport Policy: Study

Off Season May Not Be Long Enough to Recover From Football 'Hits'

Old-Age Specialists May Boost Recovery Among Injured Seniors

Older Black Trauma Patients Fare Better Than Whites in ER: Study

Older Patients May Fare Better in Trauma Centers That Treat More of Their Peers

Overdoses, Cellphone-Linked Car Crashes Among Top Causes of Fatal Injury in U.S.

Oxygen Treatment May Help Some With Spinal Cord Injuries: Study

People With More Education May Recover Better From Brain Injury

'Plays at the Plate' Riskiest for Pro Baseball Players

Pop Songs May Awaken Fond Memories for Brain-Damaged Patients

Portable Bed Rails Can Pose Safety Hazard, FDA Says

Quick Vision Test May Help Spot Concussions on Sidelines

Ready to Get in Shape? Ease Into Exercise, Experts Say

Researchers Create Functional 3-D Brain-Like Tissue

Rise in U.S. High Chair Injuries Stuns Experts

Routine Errands a Risky Time for Falls by Seniors

Safety Tips for Holiday Football Games

Serious Childhood Burns Tied to Long-Term Mental Health Risks

Shoulders Take a Pounding in High School Football

Sleep Apnea Common After Spinal Cord Injury, Study Finds

Social Skills a Casualty of Childhood Head Injury, Study Suggests

Some Teens May Face Emotional Problems After Concussion

Specializing in One Sport as Child No Guarantee of Future Success

Sports Injuries Can Damage Kidneys, Study Finds

Spring Break Drunkenness a Dangerous Tradition

Steer Clear of Dietary Supplements for Concussions: FDA

Stress Hormone May Drive Risk-Taking by Teen Motorists

Study Finds Kidney Stones Linked to Weakened Bones

Study Questions Value of Common Knee Surgery

Study: Similar Outcomes From Combat Head Injuries, Regardless of Cause

Survival Rates Similar After Accidents, Acts of Violence: Study

Talking to Friend While Driving? May Be Safer When They See the Road, Too

Texting While Walking Often Leads to Injuries: Expert

Therapy That Confronts Trauma of Sexual Abuse Helped Teen Girls With PTSD

Those With Arthritis Face Higher Risk of Falls: CDC

Three-Quarters of Young Baseball Players Have Arm Pain

Tips for Beating BBQ Burns

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Tongue Piercing Helps Paralyzed People Drive Wheelchairs

Tragedies Do Cause Broken Hearts, Study Suggests

Trampolines Linked to More Than 1 Million ER Visits Over a Decade

Trauma Center Closures Tied to Higher Death Risk for Injured Patients

Traumatic Brain Injury Common Among Homeless Men

Twenty U.S. Kids Hospitalized Each Day for Gun Injuries: Study

U.S. Gun Deaths Lowest in Hawaii, Highest in D.C.

U.S. Traffic Accidents Send 2.5 Million to ERs Each Year, CDC Says

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Universal Helmet Laws May Help Save Young Motorcyclists

Veterans With Brain Injury May Be at Risk for Dementia: Study

Walk, But Stay Safe: Tips for Pedestrians

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