Tuesday's health and safety news from the world of sports:
- University of Minnesota coach Jerry Kill suffered a seizure Saturday for the third time during a game. Athletic director Norwood Teague told KARE-TV on Monday the school was standing by Kill.
- The Sports Network said Canadian football in general needs more education about concussion awareness in light of recent major head injuries suffered at the country's college level.
- WSYR-TV in Syracuse looked at how Syracuse University is getting ahead of the curve in learning about concussions.
- The Fort Wayne Journal Gazette praised a proposed Indiana bill that would require all coaches to complete certified training for head injuries through the Heads Up Football program.
- Patch.com in the Plymouth, Mich., area reported how area schools are dealing with the state's new concussion laws.
- The United Spinal Association announced benefit plans for the National Spinal Cord Awareness Month during September.
-- Bill Bradley, contributing editor