Tuesday's health and safety news from the world of football:
- USA Today reported that NFL players are teaming up with Hollywood celebrities to film anti-domestic violence announcements that will air beginning Oct. 23.
- USA Today also reported that the NFL Players Association has assembled its own group of experts for domestic violence advice.
- Time Magazine wrote about on an espnW: Women+Sports Summit poll that found 87 percent of parents were concerned about the risk of injury in sports.
- Virginia Tech's Collegiate Times reported that the school has joined in on a $30 million study on concussion research.
- The Galveston County (Texas) Daily News reported that concussion awareness is on the rise for area youth athletes.
- The Alabaster Reporter in Columbiana, Ala., looked at how are youth football coaches are receiving safety training.
- Medical Xpress published a compilation study from the 2012 London Olympics that said a high carbohydrate diet sports drinks and eating disorders will take a toll on athletes' teeth.
- The Gwinnett (Ga.) Daily Post looked at the concussion research being conducted at the University of Georgia.
-- Bill Bradley, contributing editor