Group Advocates Helmets for Sledding

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Sledding equals funs for many kids. And that's led the Injury Free Coalition for Kids to advocate wearing protective helmets. The group says sledding speeds exceed those of biking and that head injuries are real concerns. Others say the safety craze is going too far.

Susan Bence of Milwaukee Public Radio reports.



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