December 2015

Most Recent Posts

  • Holiday Hazards

    Dec 22, 2015

    Every year holiday related accidents send people to the hospital. You won't believe some of the reasons why. ... Read more

  • Share Your Eye Diagnosis with Family

    Dec 21, 2015

    You could be giving them the gift of sight. ... Read more

  • Stay Safe on the Slopes

    Dec 21, 2015

    Skiing can be a lot of fun. There are things you should do to avoid injury -- both while you ski, and when you get home. ... Read more

  • Can You Get LASIK Satisfaction?

    Dec 18, 2015

    Lately, it seems like ads for LASIK are popping up everywhere—DJ’s are talking about it on the radio and newscasters sing its praises, especially if they didn’t like wearing glasses on camera. ... Read more

  • Take Your Medicine (Correctly)!

    Dec 16, 2015

    Medication non-adherence is a major problem in the United States. ... Read more

  • Five Cheers for Winter

    Dec 10, 2015

    You don't have to be depressed as the temperatures drop. ... Read more

  • The Need for Naloxone

    Dec 09, 2015

    Enough opioids are prescribed in this state every year for every adult to have a bottle. Utah is currently fifth in the nation when it comes to opioid overdose deaths – many of which are accidental and could have been prevented if naloxone had been administered. ... Read more

  • Keep an Eye on Your Makeup Routine

    Dec 07, 2015

    Go for the glam, but keep it clean. ... Read more

  • Santa Needs to Lose Some Weight

    Dec 07, 2015

    He's known as the man with a belly like a bowl full of jelly, but he may want to consider changing his image. ... Read more

  • Tiny Fish Teach Big Lessons

    Dec 02, 2015

    BioEYES presents students with concepts in genetics, cell biology and developmental biology. It does something more important as well – it teaches kids how to pose and answer scientific questions in a fun and safe learning environment. They can see themselves as future scientists because they are acting as scientists now. ... Read more