Tuesday's health and safety news from the world of football:
- The Daily Oklahoman reported that the state's high schools could see limits on full-contact practices by the 2015 season.
- WBIR-TV in Knoxville, Tenn., reported on an area high school that is using Riddell's latest high tech helmets to detect head injuries.
- WILX-TV in central Michigan looked at how the Michigan State High School Athletic Association is handling concussions this season.
- Medical Xpress announced a study by a University of Kentucky research team that discovered differences in the way teens experience concussions.
- The Bellingham Herald wrote, in an editorial, that reminded parents to help their children be aware of concussions during fall sports.
- The Glen Falls (N.Y.) Post-Star reported on a concussion program that focuses on youth sports in its area.
-- Bill Bradley, contributing editor