Trauma Care

Hands-free devices not always safer for drivers 
Hands-free devices not always safer for drivers
A new study raises awareness on the potential dangers of voice-activated technology while driving. Here’s what you need to know.
Soccer players who frequently ‘head’ the ball may be hurting their brain 
Soccer players who frequently ‘head’ the ball may be hurting their brain
Researchers say repetitive “heading” may damage brain cells over time, study finds.
Dangers of sleep apnea on your heart  Featured
Dangers of sleep apnea on your heart
A recent study highlights the risks of obstructive sleep apnea and its effects on the heart. Get the details.
Driving under the influence of sleep 
Driving under the influence of sleep
One in 24 U.S. adults say they’ve fallen asleep while driving. Are you one of them?
Water tubing injuries up dramatically 
Water tubing injuries up dramatically
New analysis shows a dramatic increase in water tubing accidents and injuries. Here’s what you need to know about staying safe.
Cell phone related crashes vastly under-reported, study says 
Cell phone related crashes vastly under-reported, study says
Fatal crashes involving cell phone may be higher than we know. Find out why many of the incidents aren’t getting reported.
Act FAST: Know the signs of stroke 
Act FAST: Know the signs of stroke
Learn what you can do if you or a loved one has a stroke.