Traumatic spinal cord injuries are on the rise, especially among older individuals, says a study by an Indian-origin researcher.
The study shows that even before the birth of a child, fetus is genetically programmed in the spinal cord for choosing one of the arms as a superior tool than the other for executing daily ...
The pathogenic bacteria Burkholderia pseudomallei, which causes the potentially fatal disease melioidosis, kills 89,000 people around the world each year and is prevalent in northern Australia and southeast Asia.
Lower back pain affects one out of 10 people worldwide, and causes more disability around the world than any other condition. It's time to get the right posture.
Eight of nine children hospitalized in Washington state for a polio-like illness have a rare syndrome that causes varying degrees of limb weakness, state health officials confirmed on Friday.