Brain Injury News
Lawsuits: Officer used excessive force in several cases
Eight brutality lawsuits settled over the past 10 months paint a disturbing picture of a former Connecticut police officer
Ex-FSU star Myron Rolle ready to begin med school residency
Myron Rolle has accomplished many things on and off the field. His biggest ones, though, might still be coming up. Rolle's dream of becoming a doctor came to fruition on May 20 when he graduated from Florida State's College of Medicine. The former All-American safety and Rhodes Scholar has not had
What caused Otto Warmbier's brain condition: Part 5
And Young Pioneer Tours, which Otto Warmbier used, will no longer organize trips for U.S. citizens.
Debate stirs about female lax players not wearing helmets
Helmets are not a required piece of equipment worn by female high school lacrosse players
American student who died after release from North Korea mourned at funeral
Otto Warmbier , an American college student who died just days after North Korea released him from prison while he was in a coma, was laid to rest in his hometown of Cincinnati on Thursday. A funeral service was held Thursday morning at Wyoming High School in Wyoming, Ohio, a suburb of Cincinnati,
Judd Apatow reveals secrets about his family and career
Apatow gives details about his life, career and new projects "The Big Sick" and "May It Last: A Portrait of the Avett Brothers."
Family of American student who died after North Korean prison objects to autopsy
The family of Otto Warmbier , an American college student who died just days after North Korea released him from prison in a coma, declined an autopsy, leaving his cause of death a medical mystery for now. The Hamilton County Coroner's Office in Ohio examined Warmbier's body after the 22-year-old
No charges after 3-week-old Michigan girl killed by dog
A prosecutor says no charges will be brought after a 3-week-old girl was fatally attacked by a dog at a home in western Michigan while briefly left unattended
American student detained in North Korea dies
Otto Warmbier, 22, returned home to Ohio after being imprisoned for more than 17 months, but died days later "surrounded by his loving family," his family said in a statement.
Stories of sailors killed in destroyer-container ship crash
Among the seven U.S. Navy sailors who died in the Saturday collision between the USS Fitzgerald and a Philippine-flagged container ship off Japan were an Ohio man expecting to retire soon, a Maryland man who was his father's best friend and a former volunteer firefighter in his Virginia hometown.