Tuesday's health and safety news from the world of football:
- The Indianapolis Star reported that the Indiana House passed a bill that will require concussion awareness training for youth and high school football coaches.
- KUSA-TV in Denver reported that 16 Colorado high schools will be replacing the Adams A2000 helmets that received the lowest rating in the Virginia Tech helmet testing.
- The Daily Herald in Chicago reported that the city's District 203 was reviewing its concussion policies for athletes and their return to academics.
- The St. Louis Post-Dispatch wrote how area high schools are starting concussion protocols with baseline testing before the season begins.
-- Bill Bradley, contributing editor