Tuesday's health and safety news from the world of sports:
- The Huffington Post's Barbara Bruno wrote about the safety changes in all youth sports, including football, thanks to the Heads Up Football program. She talked to neurologist Dr. David Dodick, who is leading the Mayo Clinic's concussion initiative.
- The Pittsburgh Business Times reported on the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, whose researchers developed the ImPACT concussion test. They take issue with what they call the untested C3 Logix concussion system.
- The Pennsylvania Athletic Trainers Association announced that the state has more than doubled the number of high schools which have access to an athletic trainer.
- Researchers at the Vanderbilt School of Medicine announced their study found no age-related differences in post-concussion symptoms.
-- Bill Bradley, contributing editor