The paper, written by Dr. Declan McNicholl (Consultant Clinical Neuropsychologist)
Dr. McNicholl comments, “The evidence in the cycle helmet debate is polarized and is compromised by methodological limitations. However, on balance, it suggests that standard cycle helmets will protect against head and brain injury up to an impact of 12mph.”
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