Injured Snowboarder Helps Other Brain Injury SurvivorsA near-fatal halfpipe crash while training for the 2010 Olympics ended Kevin Pearce's snowboarding career and changed his life forever. Six years later, Pearce, 28, continues to cope with his traumatic brain injury that he will carry with him for the rest of his life and he's helping other survivors do the same.
Possibility Of Erasing Bad Memories Moves Closer Toward RealityImagine having all your bad memories erased from your mind.
Navy Football Team Honors Player Who Died After Slipping Into ComaThere are still no answers about what caused the deadly collapse of a Navy football player during practice. Will McKamey, 19, died last week after he slipped into a coma. Now his fellow midshipmen are trying to cope with the loss.
Navy RB Passes Away After Brain InjuryNavy RB Will McKamey passed away Tuesday. He had been in a coma following a brain injury.
Navy Football Player In Coma After Sustaining Brain Injury At PracticeA Navy football player remains in a coma after collapsing at practice.
NIH Funds Kennedy Krieger Study On The Impact Of Concussions On KidsThe NFL and the National Institutes of Health are coming together to learn more about brain injuries. The NIH is funding eight projects studying the long term effects of concussions.
Eye-Opening Work: Doctor Helps To Get Children's Brains To Communicate With Their EyesA doctor in Columbia says there are children who have been labeled as lazy or hyper or learning deficient who are none of those things. Instead, they have a simple problem getting their brain to communicate with their eyes.
Md. Company, NFL Group Teaming Up For Brain Drug TestA potential treatment for traumatic brain injuries may be tested in retired professional football players, who are the focus of concern over blows to the head.
Chronic Wasting Disease Not Found In Maryland DeerMaryland's Department of Natural Resources says chronic wasting disease was not found in any of the 278 deer tested this season.
Einstein's Brain In 3D At Md. Military Museum A military museum in Silver Spring is exhibiting what it calls the first three-dimensional image of Albert Einstein's brain.
Colleges Say Federal Cuts Could Cause Brain DrainAutomatic federal budget cuts could reduce government funding for research done at educational institutions, spending that totaled about $33.3 billion in 2010, Department of Education statistics show. And the possible cuts add to another anxiety at those schools and others across the country: brain drain.
Baltimore Native Montel Williams Joins Army Scientists In Brain Stimulator StudyTelevision personality Montel Williams is joining Army scientists at Fort Detrick in a medical research deal.