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Last week, New York City began its long-awaited bicycle sharing program, the largest in the nation. As in many other cities, helmet use was made optional, in part to encourage greater participation. But a look at the statistics suggests that riding
Outside the Lines featured the professional opinions of West Virginia Personal Injury Attorney Bob Fitzsimmons as he was called upon to supplement and explain the show’s chosen focus: football-related head injuries. The program highlighted the timing
Cycling-related accidents have risen in line with a rapid growth in bicycle use for recreation and commuting, says the study, published in the journal Accident Analysis and Prevention. The study, led by Dr Jake Olivier of the University of NSW, found
A lawsuit bringing together scores of cases has been filed in federal court accusing the NFL of hiding information linking football-related head trauma to permanent brain injuries. Lawyers for former players say more than 80
The theme of 2011 National Neurosurgery Awareness Week, April 10-16, 2011, is There's Always Another Game, but You Only Have One Brain ...Annual Meeting Scientific program starts officially on Monday, April 11 at the Colorado Convention Center.
Brain and Spinal Injuries Using multiple databases, the researchers analyzed trends in ATV-related brain and spinal injuries occurring in Utah between 2001 and 2005. During this time, approximately 1,500 patients were injured in ATV-related incidents.
U.S. hospital emergency rooms in 2009, an increase by nearly 95,000 from the prior year. The estimates are based on sample counts tabulated from select emergency rooms across the country. Trampolines were the only sport in the top 20 in 2008 that