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Girls May Be More Vulnerable to Concussions than Boys

If football is removed from the equation, high school and college girls experience more concussions than their male peers.

In Brownsville, offensive linemen for Pace High School's football team hit a sled during a Sept. 11 practice.

If football is removed from the equation, high school and college girls experience more concussions than their male peers. Researchers are studying whether girls experience and recover from concussions differently than boys. (KCRG-TV)

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