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Head injuries climb after Michigan repeals helmet law

10:04 EST 1 Dec 2016 | Reuters

(Reuters Health) - After Michigan repealed its helmet law, motorcycle riders who crashed there were 24 percent less likely to be wearing protective head gear and 14 percent more likely to suffer a head injury, a new study found.

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