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Month: October 2013

Inadequate Data Poses Challenge in Promoting Bicycle Safety

Posted on: Friday, October 25th, 2013

The New York Times recently ran a report on the mysterious state of bicycling safety in the United States. While there are statistics to clearly indicate the number of people killed in auto traffic accidents every year, the statistics that are related to bicycle collision fatalities and accidents, are often vague. For instance, many bicycle […]

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New Brain Injury Research Uses Fruit Flies

Posted on: Monday, October 14th, 2013

Approximately 75% of all bicyclists who are involved in bicycle accidents every year suffer head injuries. Not every bicycle accident will result in a fatal injury. However, most of these accidents will result in brain injuries, that range all the way from a mild concussion that may not be life threatening, to a skull fracture […]

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Former Amazon Executive Killed in Bicycle Accident

Posted on: Wednesday, October 9th, 2013

A little reported news story that went largely unnoticed in the month of September was the death of a former star Amazon executive in a bicycle accident in California. Joy Covey was a former CFO at Amazon, and had a big role to play in the early start of days of the Internet retail giant. […]

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