Health

Mathematical model aims to curb teen drunken driving fatalities

Drunken driving claims 37 lives daily in the U.S. with teen and young adult drivers disproportionately involved. Niyousha Hosseinichimeh in the College of Engineering has partnered with researchers across the U.S. to create ...

Diseases, Conditions, Syndromes

Pain relief for worn spinal disks

The fluid-filled cushions between the bones in your spine are called disks. They provide flexibility, allow for spine movement like flexion and extension, and act as shock absorbers.

Neuroscience

US stroke survival is improving, but race still plays role

There's good news and bad for stroke survival in the United States: New research shows that Americans are now more likely to survive long-term, but that's more true for whites than for Black Americans.

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