Tuesday's health and safety news from the world of football:
- Syracuse.com reported that the Atlantic Coast Conference announced it will vote early next year on a proposal to guarantee scholarships and prohibit schools from pulling scholarships because of injuries.
- The Associated Press reported that a U.S. Senate hearing on domestic violence in professional sports is scheduled for Tuesday.
- WNCT-TV in Greenville, North Carolina, reported on what East Carolina University's football team is doing to prevent and treat concussions.
- The University of Delaware Daily reported on how training, policy and education were discussed at a concussion summit on campus this weekend.
- The Associated Press reported that 1,200 high school athletes in Indiana reported concussions during the past year.
- The Los Angeles Times looked at a University of St. Louis study on brain scans that suggested highly active pituitary glands may cause PTSD symptoms in some concussion victims.
-- Bill Bradley, contributing editor