Lawrence Co. Father Charged In Abuse Of 4-Month-OldPolice have charged a Lawrence County father for allegedly abusing his 4-month-old child.
Cancer Researcher Stumbles Upon Concussion Treatment London Glenn, 13, had the football.
NCAA Settles Head-Injury Suit, Will Change RulesThe NCAA agreed on Tuesday to help athletes with head injuries in a proposed settlement of a class-action lawsuit that college sports' governing body touted as a major step forward but that critics say doesn't go nearly far enough.
Colin Dunlap: Neil Walker Keeps Late Friend Close To His HeartNeil Walker didn’t want to be on a baseball field. Which, if you know Neil Walker at all, you know is the most abnormal feeling Neil Walker can have.
Mt. Lebanon Native Dies After Assault In South CarolinaA man, who was originally from Mount Lebanon, has died in South Carolina after being assaulted.
UPMC Neurosurgeon Dr. Joseph Maroon Reacts To Tony Dorsett's DiagnosisUPMC neurosurgeon Dr. Joseph Maroon reacts to Tony Dorsett's CTE diagnosis with Vinnie & Cook on Sportsradio 93.7 The Fan.
Special Practice Gear Keeps Proper Football Tackling On TargetCould a practice uniform protect you from concussions? The North Hills school district hopes so. They get exclusive use of pads, and eventually jerseys, to keep proper tackling on target.
"Ambulance Chasers" Could Impact The NFL The NFL is under attack by lawyers seeking to find players who will to sue the league over past or recurring injuries.
Medical Frontiers: January 7, 2013
Concussion Fears Shrink Youth Football Participation High school playoff football is kicking off in towns all over Southwestern Pennsylvania. But some people envision a day when youth football will be only a shadow of what it used to be.
New Technology Helping To Prevent Head Injuries In SportsPreventing concussions has become a huge topic in the sports world. Doctors, researchers, and many other professionals are constantly looking for ways to stop the high number of head injuries.
Study Links NFL Players With Higher Risk For Brain DiseaseAs the season kicks off tonight, new research shows professional football players may be at a higher risk of dying from diseases such as Alzheimer's and ALS.