Monday's health and safety news from the world of football:
- Former NFL quarterback Kurt Warner talked with USA Today about his battle with high cholesterol and his work with cholesterol education.
- The Star Tribune interviewed a 34-year-old St. Paul, Minn., man who was able to participate in the NFL's Seattle regional combine.
- The Winnipeg Free Press reported on two Alberta doctors who wrote that there is unnecessarily a crisis mode regarding concussions and traumatic brain injuries.
- Maryland-based neurologist Harry Kerasidis, creator of XLNTbrain Sport concussion assessment and management program, visited New Orleans to talk about the program at the National School Board Association Convention, NOLA.com reported.
- The Portland (Maine) Press Herald looked at the various research studies that are trying to figure out the full impact of concussions.
- Albuquerque First Business reported on a company called VisionQuest, which is developing iPad software for concussion testing.
- A study in the British Journal of Sports Medicine reported that dental issues can hinder athletic training, BBC Online reported.
-- Bill Bradley, contributing editor