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Jan 31, 2016 - As a breast-imaging radiologist, I often see firsthand the confusion that women face regarding when – or if – they should get screening mammograms.
Jan 25, 2016 - When you accomplish a huge goal and the initial buzz is over, you’re wondering, 'Now what?' right? Here’s how to cope with the letdown that follows.
Jan 20, 2016 - Utah Sen. Daniel Thatcher said his first experience with suicide came at age 11, when a classmate made that choice.
Jan 16, 2016 - When Salt Lake City residents search the Web for physician reviews, they're likely to come across a set of ratings from an unlikely source: the University of Utah Health Care's website.
Jan 15, 2016 - There was controversy from the moment Gardasil hit the market in 2006. Ten years later, doctors and nurses are still trying to fight lingering misinformation that has persisted since the botched roll-out of the human papilloma virus (HPV) vaccine
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Zika Virus and Sexual Transmission: The Facts
More and more is coming to light about the Zika virus. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have now confirmed that a case of Zika was sexually transmitted to a person in Texas. However, while this enhances what we know about transmission of the illness, it doesn’t change what we know about its severity.Read More
The Super Bowl and The Flu
The flu season is heating up just in time for the Super Bowl. That’s not good news for fans of the Denver Broncos and Carolina Panthers. A new study suggests there may be an increased risk of flu deaths for fans of teams that make it to the Super Bowl.Read More
The Tooth Timeline
What you need to know about taking care of your child's teeth.Read More