Thursday's health and safety news from the world of football:
- The Long Beach Press-Telegram featured Los Angeles Councilman Bernard C. Parks, a former LAPD official who helped the NFL draft its new personal conduct policy.
- The Christian Science Monitor said the NFL's new personal conduct policy has a number of reforms that a number of companies nationwide should consider.
- Ad Age reported on the making of the latest series of "No More" public service announcements involving current and former NFL players.
- Penn State News reported on how Penn State athletic trainers are using tablet in their concussion treatments.
- WBAL-TV in Baltimore reported on the helmet sensors being used in the city's all-star football game.
- PBS published a poll that found wealthy parents are less likely to want their children to play tackle football.
- The CBC reported that the Children's Hospital of Eastern Ontario has opened a concussion clinic aimed at youth athletes.
-- Bill Bradley, contributing editor