Health & Fitness

Weber State sees uptick in use of mental health services as student health

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Universities are seeing more college students with more intense mental health needs, and even local...

Health & Fitness

Weber State sees uptick in use of mental health services as student health

Secondary BS 010917 WSU Stress Relief 05-4

Universities are seeing more college students with more intense mental health needs, and even local public school districts are discussing ways to address increased mental health needs.


Education

Ogden School District to launch mental health pilot program

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The Ogden School District is moving forward with a pilot program officials hope will help students cope with serious mental health issues. 


Environment

Five surprising ways to improve Utah's inversion pollution

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Reducing wood smoke, toxic cleaners, overheated homes, and idling are four ways. The fifth? Talk to your legislators.


Health & Fitness

No-burn alert issued for Weber, Davis, Box Elder counties on Sunday

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Smoggy skies will start off the New Year in Northern Utah this Sunday.


Local

Terminal cancer patient from Mountain Green determined to live best life

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Terminal cancer patient Darla Rodgers is being invited to national events and fundraisers due to her positive attitude. 


Environment

No-burn alert issued for Thursday, Friday in Northern Utah

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Smoggy skies will close out the week in Northern Utah.


Government

New DEA ruling has local medical marijuana advocates, lawmakers concerned

New DEA rule & new administration raises concerns

A new Drug Enforcement Administration rule has some medical cannabis advocates and state lawmakers worried it could signal stepped-up enforcement of federal marijuana laws when the new administration takes the nation’s reins in January.

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