Tuesday's health and safety news from the world of football:
- California Gov. Jerry Brown signed into law a measure that will limit the amount of football practices allowed in the state's middle schools and high schools, according to Reuters.
- The San Luis Obispo Tribune talked to area coaches about the new law as did the Riverside Press-Enterprise.
- MiamiDolphins.com reported on the Dolphins' partnership with Feeding South Florida for first AARP Foundation Signature Saturday.
- Columnist John Dougherty of the Northwest Times of Indiana said we should hold the hype about helmet sensors until they are tested more.
- The Los Angeles Times examined one high school's requirement for all athletes to have a baseline concussion test.
- KMA-AM in Shenandoah, Iowa, reported on how the Nebraska City school district is revising its concussion guidelines.
- Healio reported on a study that found post-concussion syndrome and PTSD hyperarousal dimension symptoms often overlap.
-- Bill Bradley, contributing editor