Scientists hope to catch up with the great demand for treatments of battlefield limb injuries.
U.K. government figures reportedly show that more children are being injured while sitting at their consoles, while injuries from traditional pursuits like skateboarding are falling.
Everyone's talking about the cannonball that the hit show accidentally fired into a California house. But the show's history is full of mishaps. Fortunately, the only injuries seem to be to the show's own hosts.
The publicly funded Airlift Research Foundation is funding research to develop a flashlight that kills bacteria; metal implants that fight infection; and processes to regenerate bones via grafts and stem cells.
University of Washington software project is aimed at, among others, Iraq war veterans who have returned with injuries preventing them from using computers.
Now everybody's talking about them!
Chrysler is recalling 9,688 Dodge Charger police vehicles to change and relocate the ABS/ESC fuse and replace the headlamp jumper harness.
A triathlete suffered head injuries after an unmanned aerial vehicle fell out of the sky, with the pilot claiming the drone had been hacked.
Two people are killed and more than 20 injured as a car crashes into a crowd outside a popular concert venue in Austin, Texas, according to police reports.
Data published in the journal Pediatrics suggests that ill-mounted televisions injure more than 17,000 children in the U.S. every year.