- Ian Cameron, University of Sydney
- Kee-Lee Chou, The Hong Kong Institute of Education
- Danan Gu, United Nations
- Koen Milisen, KU Leuven
- John Tower, University of Southern California
- Pieter Jelle Visser, Vrije Universiteit Medical Center
- Giulia Mangiameli, BioMed Central
For people older than 75 years, experiencing a severe fall leads to a three-fold fold higher risk for a new fall and related injuries within the next five years.
BMC Geriatrics 2014, 14:110
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