City officials said that remains from the 1985 bombing, which were believed to have been cremated without the family’s permission, had apparently been saved in a box in storage.
The revelation that unidentified remains from at least one of the victims of a 1985 police bombing had been discarded without regard to the family’s wishes touched off fresh waves of pain and anger.
The disclosure that anthropologists at two Ivy League universities had kept bones from a victim of the 1985 MOVE bombing infuriated its members as well as city leaders.
He risks infections, bones that do not heal, and foot and ankle injuries that impede walking. His ability to play pro golf again is in question.
Perhaps the most exciting aspect of modern hip replacement is the increasing use of robotic surgery.
The bones of British soldiers and colonial militia were disinterred during a reconstruction of Fort William Henry nearly 70 years ago.
Balance is something the body learns to do automatically by engaging the postural muscles.
Close examination of horse remains has clarified the timeline of when equestrianism helped transform ancient Chinese civilization.
Far too few patients are referred for treatment that could stave off another costly, debilitating and sometimes deadly fracture.
The bones are among the hardest to replace in the body. A trial of the new technique in humans is about to begin.
Researchers discovered a way to awaken dormant stem cells and transform them into cartilage. If the technique works in humans, it may help ease debilitating joint pain.
Sitting may confuse cellular sensors into thinking we are lighter than we are, prompting the body to put on weight.