Two days after a Wisconsin teen learned about the signs of a stroke during science class, she used her new knowledge to save her mother’s life.
Two more retired football stars have pledged their brains to research.
Gisele Bundchen revealed on Wednesday that her Super Bowl-winning husband Tom Brady suffered a concussion last year, stopping short of inferring that he suffers one each season.
A Frisco detective left paralyzed from the chest down by a complication from a long-term illness is fighting hard to get back to work. But he's not doing it alone.
Video poker machines are everywhere in Vegas from the airport to grocery stores, from bars to the thousands that line the casinos.
If you have an unreasonable fear of escalators, there may be something to it—but the problem involves looking at one, not stepping on it.
NFL Hall of Fame linebacker Nick Buoniconti can’t tie his shoes or read a book anymore, nor can he believe the game he loved so much has robbed him of life’s smallest joys.
The Food and Drug Administration announced Friday it approved a new drug to help treat amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, commonly known as ALS or Lou Gehrig’s disease.
When a bystander gives CPR or applies an automatic defibrillator to someone who has collapsed from cardiac arrest, the benefits persist for at least a year.
The human brain evolved to have two halves — and a new review of previous research suggests that this dual design may confer special benefits.