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Posted on 9 Jun 2009 11:16 am
What evidence is there that wearing cycle helmets reduces head injuries? Once again the debate about cycling safety concentrates on the victims of cycle accidents, implying that they are responsible for their injuries whereas the emphasis should be on PREVENTING accidents (usually the fault of motorists).
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