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Black bikers, even helmeted, die more often in crashes

October 4, 2010

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Black motorcyclists are more likely to wear helmets than white bikers, yet they have a higher risk of dying after a crash, researchers report, adding a puzzling piece to the picture of racial gaps in health. (Full article: 561 words)

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