Multiple Head Injuries Raise Soldiers' Suicide Risk, Study Finds
20 percent of those with two or more brain traumas had thoughts of killing themselves
High School Football Players Often Not Deterred by Head Injury
Knowing dangers of concussion not enough to keep many teens on sidelines, survey finds
First Aid Tips for Treating Cuts, Scrapes and Puncture Wounds
Acting quickly can help injuries heal faster, prevent infection
More Than 4,000 U.S. Kids Hurt Each Year on Amusement Rides
Researchers call for standardized safety regulations to reduce injuries
Blind Cords Pose Danger to Toddlers, Doctors Warn
Experts suggest cordless blinds, short pull cords, safety devices, and keeping beds away from windows
Sex Lives Often an Overlooked Casualty of Traumatic Brain Injury
Researchers say a more holistic approach to therapy would help patients and families
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.