At a loss when it comes to Marvel's Merc with a Mouth? Let's jump in at the shallow end and wade through the Deadpool. (That's funny because his name is Wade.)
Fast-moving blood-soaked zombies are a relatively recent phenomenon. Go back in time and follow the undead evolution. (Things start to get really gross in 1996.)
Commentary: Thirty years ago, seven astronauts lost their lives in front of a global TV audience, including millions of schoolchildren. The event affected one of those kids in profound and lasting ways.
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.
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.
The travel trauma that usually accompanies the holiday season may be less grueling this year as consumers find more places online to buy airline tickets and see new wireless options.