A new study out of MIT uses computer simulation to show how face shields on military helmets could help soldiers avoid a variety of brain injuries from blast waves.
Scientists at Oxford University believe that the first thing you should do after you get your head kicked in (after calling 911) is to play Tetris.
A lawyer has claimed that a rape victim did not suffer trauma because her Facebook page featured pictures of her at a party.
The day a hospital in Memphis started using the iTClamp, a man who lost control of his chainsaw became the first in the US to use it -- and be saved by it.
Turns out video games can be good for your health. At San Francisco's St. Mary's Medical Center, a trauma rehabilitation doctor prescribes Nintendo Wii sessions as part of treatment. CNET's Kara Tsuboi takes a look at this "alternative" medicine and meets patients who seem to forget their pain thanks to the gaming fun.
Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department would like residents to understand it can't help people regain contact with Facebook.
"A Vision of Fire" is the first book penned by Anderson and co-writer Jeff Rovin in their "EarthEnd Saga." Agent Mulder would be proud.
Knife- and gunshot-wound victims will be placed in suspended animation as the first human trials begin on this emergency life-saving technique.
A super-sized version of the HTC One phone looks set to be launched on 15 October, according to online reports.
The ITClamp could reduce traumatic bleeding deaths in combat zones and following civilian accidents by helping minimize blood loss before surgery.