Friday's health and safety news from the world of football:
- CBS Sports reported that the Boston City Council on Wednesday approved health and safety measures for NCAA athletes who play in Boston, including requiring a neurotrauma consultant at every Division I football, ice hockey and men's lacrosse event to monitor head, neck and spine injuries.
- KOLN-TV in Lincoln, Neb., reported how one of its high schools is helping athletes return to the classroom after concussions.
- KCBS-TV in Los Angeles reported on the concussion pill being developed by researchers at the University of Texas-Dallas to relieve symptoms of head injuries.
-- Bill Bradley, contributing editor