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The effects of provincial bicycle helmet legislation on helmet use and bicycle ridership in Canada
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    Cycle helmet law not properly assessed

    Reading the article, The effects of provincial bicycle helmet legislation on helmet use and bicycle ridership in Canada (ref 1), it appears the conclusions reached were ill considered and unreliable for a number of reasons.

    The article concludes that helmet legislation is not associated with changes in ridership. This statement is somewhat misleading. Fig 3 in the article shows trends of recreational bicycle u...

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