New research digs in to potential risks—from bone fractures to ruptured spleens.
The research “opens the floodgates” on a new way of looking at the brain.
How fear makes your brain write memories differently.
How much rest is enough?
And it starts happening quickly.
A soldier who lost her left ear in an accident just got a handy replacement.
Why we sometimes become paralyzed with fear.
Experts weigh in on the psychological reverberations of violence.
Pressing pause could mean the difference between life and death.
Knitting together bones damaged by genetic mutations or trauma
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