Shares of Natus Medical Inc. sank Monday after the maker of medical devices for newborn care said its revenue slipped unexpectedly late in the second quarter and will come in lower than it expected. Full story
Four years ago, Alex Minsky nearly died from an IED blast in Afghanistan that cost him part of his right leg, but today he is overcoming his injuries and struggles with alcoholism to inspire others as a fitness model. NBC’s Tamron Hall reports.
A man in Ohio was sentenced to 14 years in prision for the brutal beating of his girlfirend with a hammer that left her with brain damage. WKYC’s Monica Robins reports.
With the dangers of head injuries to athletes coming into the spotlight, The Cycle hosts joined by Bloomberg Businessweek’s Paul Barrett talk about how much the NFL knew about the dangers of head injuries, “the culture of staying in at all costs,” and what this could mean for the game going forward.
Despite the millions of athletes who are injured with traumatic brain injuries every year, there's still no real method to assess how much damage has been done. But new research may make those damages easier to find and treat. NBC’s Dr. Nancy Snyderman reports.
A photo showing a man trying to teach a woman the alphabet recently became an Internet sensation as hundreds of thousands of people wondered about the back story. NBC’s Kristen Dahlgren talks to John Allen, who is seen in the photo teaching his girlfriend, Linda, how to read after she suffered brain
U.S. Army combat medic Shawn Aiken stands outside his home to wave goodbye to members of the Rolling Thunder New Mexico-Chapter one in El Paso, Texas May 20, 2013. The group gave a recumbent bicycle to Aiken to help with physical therapy. Aiken, who served 16 months in Iraq and 13 months in Afghanis
Antonio Lopez Chaj, a 43-year-old house painter, appears with his attorneys at a news conference in Los Angeles Monday, July 1, 2013. Lopez Chaj is so badly brain damaged for a beating in a bar that left him with half his skull permanently bashed in that he cannot speak. His lawyers announced he ha
A man holds her daughter as they wait for a session of equine-assisted therapy at the Mounted Police Unit in Mexico City May 15, 2013. The Mexico City's Minister of Public Security runs a free equine-assisted therapy program to help hundreds of children with autism, cerebral palsy, traumatic brain