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Women athletes have more concussions than men, new study shows
"They carried me off the rink and then I threw up," the 29-year-old Hughes, the 2002 Olympic champion said, her deep blues eyes widening. I was just 11." While men's contact sports like football and ice hockey are most associated with concussions, women actually have them much more often than men, said Dr. Robert Stevens, an associate professor at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine who specializes in brain injury. He also said new studies suggest the concussion symptoms in women are also more acute than those suffered by men. "The incidence of concussions in sports is higher in women than in men, possibly two times higher," he said, adding that concussions in women tend to be "more severe" and it takes women longer to recover than men.

Ex-NFL star Hernandez sent urgent text on night of murder
Former New England Patriots NFL football player Hernandez listens to testimony during his murder trial in Fall River, MassachusettsBy Daniel Lovering FALL RIVER, Mass. (Reuters) - Former National Football League star Aaron Hernandez texted a friend to "hurry" in the hours before prosecutors say the pair and another man murdered an associate in an industrial park in 2013, according to testimony on Friday. Ricardo Leal, a records custodian for Sprint Telecommunications, identified text messages between Hernandez and Ernest Wallace in records and read them aloud from Hernandez's Blackberry phone, which prosecutors showed in court. Hernandez, 25, a former tight end for the New England Patriots, is accused of murdering Odin Lloyd, a semiprofessional football player who was dating his fiancée's sister.

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Conservative economist to lead research at U.S. Congress
By Susan Heavey and Jason Lange WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Republican lawmakers on Friday appointed a former White House economist with a conservative pedigree to head Congress's traditionally nonpartisan research body for budget policy. Keith Hall, who served as chief economist on former President George W. Bush's Council of Economic Advisers, will take the reins at the Congressional Budget Office in April. The CBO plays a central role in U.S. lawmaking by serving as an official scorekeeper in budget issues.

EU sets France tough deficit targets
An employee works at a factory on February 23, 2015, in Bazainville, west of ParisThe EU set France tough new targets on Friday to get its budget deficit back within Brussels rules, keeping up the pressure after giving Paris two more years until 2017 to toe the line. The benchmarks were announced by the European Commission just two days after it extended the deadline for France, the bloc's second biggest economy after Germany, to meet the EU's deficit ceiling of 3.0 percent of economic output. It said France must use the extra breathing room to reach a deficit -- the difference between government spending and revenue -- equal to 4.0 percent of annual Gross Domestic Product in 2015, 3.4 percent in 2016 and 2.8 percent in 2017. France in December had set its own targets at 4.1 percent, 3.6 percent and 2.7 percent for the coming three years, but the Commission said Paris had not explained how it would achieve them, prompting Brussels to lay down the law.
   

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