New evidence suggests gender differences in the nervous system, along with skeletal and muscular differences, may explain why women are more susceptible to knee injuries.
What spurred one American soldier to allegedly massacre 16 Afghan civilians earlier this week? That’s a complicated question, and one that could take military investigators months or years to figure out. What is known is that this soldier suffered a traumatic brain injury (TBI). That offers yet another reminder of the military’s awful track record in diagnosing and treating that ailment, widely known as one of the signature wounds of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.