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Campaign sought to target bystanders' reluctance to do CPR

Too many people in the United States are dying of cardiac arrest and more bystanders need to get involved, according to a new report released by the Institute of...


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To build loyalty in healthy times, hospitals offer wellness

Every month, a group of older adults goes to Washington’s Sibley Memorial Hospital, but they don’t see a doctor or get tests. They’re not sick....


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For perennially exhausted women, advice on getting energized

Holly Phillips, a New York internist and frequent talk-show guest, begins her new book with the premise that almost all women are exhausted pretty much all the time....


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Trampolines are ubiquitous, and also dangerous

Trampolines can be found in thousands of backyards across the Wasatch Front, and while they’re fun to bounce around on, they’re also quite dangerous....


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West Nile virus returns to Weber County

Health officials with the Weber-Morgan Health Department have confirmed the state’s first West Nile-positive mosquitos this summer. Mosquito abatement...




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Breast milk banks face scrutiny

Human breast milk is a hot commodity that is emerging as a growing industry, one that states are now seeking to regulate amid a battle for control between nonprofit...


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Mixing alcohol and medications could kill you

Next time you reach for that alcoholic beverage, check your medicine cabinet. Consuming alcohol with certain medications can be dangerous and downright deadly....


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The connection between service and a community's health

OGDEN — A couple of groups at Weber State University are discovering that participating in service isn’t just about performing good deeds, but more...


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Avoid swimmer's ear this summer

Summer is officially here and that means kids will be spending a lot of time in the water. While swimming is great fun and great exercise, it’s important for...


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Sugary drinks linked to 180,000 deaths a year, study says

Scientists are asking people across the globe to lay off sugary drinks, linking the consumption to an estimated 184,000 adult deaths each year, including more than...


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