Larger helmet could guard against brain injury to troops
from USA Today
The Army could reduce the risk of brain injury to soldiers simply by having them wear a size larger helmet containing slightly thicker padding, according to a study to be released. An eighth of an inch more in cushion could decrease the force of an impact to the skull by 24 percent, according to findings by researchers at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory in California.
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