Health-­Related Quality of Life of Habitual Recreational Off-­Road Vehicle Riders

Prepared by Jamie F. Burr, Veronica K. Jamnik, and Norman Gledhill of York University, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

The purpose of this study was to characterize the health-related QOL of Canadians who participate regularly in recreational off-road vehicle riding.


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Published June 30, 2010

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