Agency Cites Hockey Myth

Eighty-eight percent of minor hockey players, and even more parents and teachers, mistakenly believe helmets prevent concussions, says Public Health Agency of Canada research. Federal regulators have fined helmet manufacturers over misleading claims that helmets can prevent brain injury: “Some pervasive myths continue to persist.”

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