You have searched for "doctors"
Showing 1-10 of 1878
WELLINGTON (Reuters) - Former rugby players in New Zealand are being asked to donate their brains to research when they die as part of a study aimed at learning about the long-term effects of concussion and head injuries from contact sports.
MILAN (Reuters) - Bologna coach Sinisa Mihajlovic praised the doctors and nurses who have looked after him but criticised his players on Friday in his first public comments since announcing four months ago that he was suffering from leukaemia.
LONDON (Reuters) - West Ham United will continue to battle for European football next season despite sitting 17th in the Premier League, manager Manuel Pellegrini said on Thursday.
TORONTO (Reuters) - Considering his once mangled lower left leg has been put back together with 13 screws, bone cement and a hip bone taken from a cadaver, downhiller Manuel Osborne-Paradis' return to the piste could rank among the great ski racing comebacks of all time.
AFTER toiling for 57 hours and 45 minutes, four endurance athletes completed the Adventure Racing World Series (ARWS) race from Kuala Lumpur to Cherating, covering a distance of around 340km.
MILAN (Reuters) - Juventus coach Maurizio Sarri will not intervene to stop Cristiano Ronaldo taking free kicks within scoring range, he said Friday, despite the Portuguese forward's dismal record for the Turin side.
(Reuters) - Canada's Felix Auger-Aliassime said on Thursday that he has been forced to withdraw from the Next Gen ATP Finals in Milan next month after injuring his ankle and would look to return in time for the Davis Cup Finals.
(Reuters) - American boxer Patrick Day died on Wednesday in Chicago as a result of the traumatic brain injury he suffered during his fight on Saturday, where he was knocked out by Charles Conwell in the 10th round.
LONDON (Reuters) - Soccer lawmakers are planning to set up a working group to assess possible rule changes that could allow the use of temporary concussion substitutes, the chief medical officer of players' union FIFPro said on Wednesday.
CARDIFF (Reuters) - Wales kept alive their flagging hopes of reaching Euro 2020 by holding Croatia to a 1-1 home draw after Gareth Bale cancelled out an early Nikola Vlasic opener for the visitors in a bruising Group E qualifier on Sunday.