Intermountain HealthCare’s new CEO, Marc Harrison, said that in health care today, keeping...
Women in Motion’s motto is to “improve quality of life, one step at a time” and the group’s mission is to get Ogden women with health risks fit enough and empowered enough to participate in local races.
Intermountain HealthCare’s new CEO, Marc Harrison, said that in health care today, keeping patients well is as important as healing them when they are ill.
Surrounded by pink balloons and other cancer survivors, two women shed a few tears as they told their stories of losing their breasts to cancer. About three dozen other women attended the 3rd Annual Breast Reconstruction Day at McKay-Dee Hospital. Wednesday was National Breast...
The health department received 300 public comments about the diesel testing plan ahead of Monday’s health board vote. Two themes also emerged
The Disability Law Center is suing in U.S. District Court, saying defendants’ rights are violated by waiting six months or more for treatment to restore their mental competency so they can stand trial.
The measure is meant to help improve air quality in Weber County, particularly during winter inversions and summer ozone events.
What do Rob Bishop and Peter Clemens think about the opioid epidemic — and what Utah lawmakers are receiving money from a powerful pro-opioid manufacturer’s lobby? A look at what the candidates said in Utah’s 1st Congressional race.