A comparative analysis of alcohol in fatal and nonfatal bicycling injuries.

@article{Li1996ACA,
  title={A comparative analysis of alcohol in fatal and nonfatal bicycling injuries.},
  author={Guohua Li and Susan P. Baker and Stacy Sterling and John E Smialek and Patricia C Dischinger and Carl A Soderstrom},
  journal={Alcoholism, clinical and experimental research},
  year={1996},
  volume={20 9},
  pages={1553-9}
}
Bicycling is the leading cause of recreational injury, resulting in more than half a million emergency department visits and about 900 deaths each year in the United States. Previous research on bicycling injury was conducted predominantly in children and focused on the effectiveness of safety helmets. Few studies have examined the role of alcohol in bicycling injuries. This study examined the magnitude of and factors related to alcohol involvement in fatal and nonfatal bicycling injuries, and… CONTINUE READING

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