Tuesday's health and safety news from the world of football:
- PhysOrg wrote that genetic research from the Arizona State football team will be used to advance concussion detection and research.
- The Lakeland (Fla.) Ledger examined the King-Devick Test, which helps to detect concussion by reading a series of numbers or patterns on three index cards.
- Yahoo Sports reported on a concussion test from University of Michigan researchers that feels like "an octopus giving your head a hug."
- KTAR-FM news talked to a representative from the Barrows Institute about a recent report that says children take longer to recover from concussions than adults.
- Helio published what it called the Top-10 items to read about concussions related to football players.
- The Northwest Times of Indiana looked at the conflict between a new study and the Virginia Tech STAR helmet-rating system.
-- Bill Bradley, contributing editor