Wednesday's health and safety news from the world of football:
- The Marine Corps Times reported that the defense and veterans affairs departments have published new guidelines on postconcussion care for those returning to duty that embrace rest and nix activities like driving and video games.
- The Bismarck Tribune reported that the North Dakota city's school board heard about the details of its concussion policy and how it needs to be improved.
- WRIC-TV in Richmond, Va., reported on proposed legislation that would require the state's youth coaches to receive concussion training.
- KCTV-TV in Kansas City reported on a Platte County, Mo., football player who pleaded guilty to an assault charge on an opponent.
- The Tahoe Truckee Unified School District announced Tuesday that the northern California school organization has adopted the Play It Safe Concussion Care program.
-- Bill Bradley, contributing editor