Friday's health and safety news from the world of football:
- As the Indiana high school all-star game players will be trying out helmet sensors this weekend, WISH-TV in Indianapolis talked to doctors who say that sensors need more testing before widespread use.
- The Northwest Times of Munster, Ind., profiled the makers of the Brain Sentry sensors, the devices being used in the Indiana all-star game.
- The Pueblo (Colo.) Chieftain profiled a local doctor who is trying to make a difference by conducting ImPACT testing for high school athletes.
- The Michigan Business Review reported on the concussion-sensors development being conducted at Western Michigan University.
- WBNS-TV in Columbus, Ohio, reported on the youth football helmets in use in the area that rate low in the Virginia Tech STAR ratings.
- WKRN-TV in Nashville also looked at youth helmets in its city and found many that were marginal in the STAR ratings.
- KSHB-TV in Kansas City reported on a new neck physical treatment at the University of Kansas Hospital that is giving relief to concussion patients.
-- Bill Bradley, contributing editor