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How to Relieve Allergy Symptoms

Apr 18, 2019

Itchy eyes. Runny nose. Difficulty breathing. Allergies can make you miserable. Dr. Tom Miller discusses everything you need to know about allergies. Learn how to prevent your symptoms, relieve the discomfort, and what treatment options are best for you.

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What is the Difference Between a Normal Facelift and a Mini Facelift?

Apr 12, 2019

If you’re considering facelift surgery, one thing to keep in mind is whether your procedure will be a full facelift or the less invasive mini facelift. Both can give great results, but which is right for you? Dr. Eric Cerrati, cosmetic surgeon at University of Utah Health, explains the differences, what results you can expect, and whether or not a mini facelift is right for you.

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Birth Control Options for University Students

Mar 28, 2019

Less than half of high schools in the United States mandate contraceptive and sexual education, resulting in many young adults receiving misinformation—or no information all at—regarding medically accurate contraceptive methods. Dr. Kirtly Parker Jones talks to Grace Mason, founder and president of the University of Utah's Campus Contraceptive Initiative (CCI), about promoting family planning within the university setting, and how CCI is helping to expand access of contraceptive options to students.

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6 Vasectomy Myths That Aren’t True

Mar 20, 2019

A vasectomy is considered the least invasive and lowest risk procedure someone can have. However, when it comes to "getting snipped," there are a lot of myths floating around. Urologist Dr. Alex Pastuszak debunks some of the major myths about vasectomies—some of which are downright ridiculous.

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