Monday's health and safety news from the world of football:
- KELO-TV in Sioux Falls, S.D., reported on a limited study by Dr. Thayer Munce of Sanford Health that showed concussions had no long-term effects on 10 preteen football players.
- The Hill reported that President Barack Obama and lawmakers disagree on whether they would let their kids play football.
- Capital Public Radio talked to experts who said youth athletes risk back injuries by playing too much.
- Infozine wrote about the C4CT Concussion Awareness Summit at the United Nations in New York last week.
- KTVI-TV in St. Louis talked about concussion effects with Dr. William Mitchell, who is the team physician for St. Louis University athletics.
-- Bill Bradley, contributing editor