Helmets halve head injures

Bicycle helmets can halve the rate of cyclist head injures, according to a QUT review of the most scientifically rigorous research. Wearing a bicycle helmet was associated with a 69 per cent reduction in the likelihood of head or brain injuries and a 74 per cent reduction in the likelihood of severe brain injury. Helmet wearing reduced the likelihood of injury to the upper and mid-face by 65 per cent

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