The rising use of improvised explosive devices (IEDs) has resulted in thousands of service members emerging from combat zones without working sex organs or any chance of having biological children, according to a new study from Rutgers. Researchers who analyzed the U.S. Department of Defense Trauma Registry found that 7.2 percent of hospitalized service members had wounds to their genitals and urinary system wounds. The most frequently injured organs were the scrotum (60 percent), testes (53 percent), penis (30 percent) and kidneys (30 percent). IEDs and other explosives created nearly two-thirds of these devastating injuries. To read the full story.