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Month: April 2014

College Graduate? You May Be Less Likely to Suffer a Disabling Brain Injury

Posted on: Friday, April 25th, 2014

If you have a college degree, you may be much less likely to suffer from the long-term disabling effects of a brain injury in a bicycle accident. According to a new study, high education levels prevent a person from suffering the more disabling effects of a brain injury, and actually accelerate the process of recovery […]

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What You Can Do to Prevent Bicycle Accidents

Posted on: Tuesday, April 15th, 2014

Most bicycle accidents are caused when a motorist fails to see a bicyclist in time to avoid an accident, or fails to yield to a bicyclist. However, that doesn’t change the fact that bicyclists can take steps to protect their own selves and reduce the risk of being involved in an accident. If you are […]

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Electrical Signals Help Paralyzed Men Move Legs

Posted on: Friday, April 4th, 2014

One of the most catastrophic injuries that bicyclists may be at risk of in an accident is a spinal cord injury. There is no complete cure for these injuries, which is why prevention is key. Scientists recently announced yet more success in experiments in which they used electrical signals to get men with paralyzed lower […]

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