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Virtual urgent care has evolved as a routine way to get care for common illnesses like colds, sinus infections, pink eye, some urinary tract infections, and yes even COVID.
Headphones can play a huge part in our lives. However, daily headphone use can pose risks to your hearing, including hearing loss, and it’s important to use them responsibly.
The spread of viruses rapidly increase during the winter months. Here are three respiratory viruses to watch for every winter.
When considering sugar consumption, diabetes is the most commonly associated disease. Learn the truth about sugar and its impact on diabetes.
A yearly dilated eye exam could protect more than just your vision. Problems spotted in the eye are often the first warning of disease elsewhere in the body.
The holiday season is here again, which has a lot of people thinking about food. We challenge you to try something new this year: intuitive eating. Try this approach in...
University of Utah Health has earned recognition from the American Medical Association (AMA) as a Joy in Medicine (JIM)™ recognized organization. The prestigious AMA distinction is granted only to organizations...
Tips from Julie Metos Ph.D., R.D., C.D., about the freshman fifteen and how new college students can make it a myth.
Whether you're looking to purchase some authentic treats or experiment with homemade creations, here are some nutritious Latino snack ideas worth exploring.
We've all been there, debating whether to let our hair air dry or reach for the hairdryer before hitting the hay. But is sleeping with wet hair truly harmful?
It may seem shocking or impossible, but an overdose from consuming too much caffeine is possible. The truth is that exposure to high and even deadly levels of caffeine is...
The word “bacteria” has a bad rap, conjuring up images of infection or illness. But did you know that good bacteria in your body actually helps keep you healthy? These...