Tuesday's health and safety news from the world of sports:
- The Pittsburgh Steelers' official website reported on how tight end Heath Miller is helping out during Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
- The Plain Dealer's Bill Livingston asked if college and pro referees are overcompensating on the field to protect players from injury.
- The Kansas City Chiefs' official website reported the team is helping with renovations for a local stadium that is used by six area high schools.
- According to a study released in Spine magazine, Medical Xpress reported that disc herniations represent a substantial percentage of the injuries to NFL players.
-- Bill Bradley, contributing editor