Double-Digit Rise in Head Injuries After Michigan Helmet Law Repeal

Fewer motorcycle riders who are involved in crashes across the state of Michigan are wearing a helmet, and the state’s trauma centers have seen a 14 percent increase in head injuries among motorcyclists, since the state’s partial repeal of its universal helmet law in April 2012, a new study finds.  See more here.  Also see Reuter's coverage of this research.

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Thursday, November 17, 2016
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