CDC Says Helmets Are No Match For Tornadoes, But They Might Not Hurt
May 3, 2012
by: Scott Hensley, NPR
Last year, tornadoes claimed the lives of more than 500 people in the U.S. Some safety advocates say protecting your head with a sturdy helmet could help reduce injuries and deaths. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says it's unaware of evidence in favor of helmets, but it acknowledges people may want to use them to protect themselves against head injuries.
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