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Movement reaches out to mothers suffering postpartum depression

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The prevalence and impact of maternal mood and anxiety disorders is a public health crisis. Those were the words spoken by Amy-Rose White, a licensed clinical social worker and executive director...

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Movement reaches out to mothers suffering postpartum depression

The prevalence and impact of maternal mood and anxiety disorders is a public health crisis. Those were the words spoken by Amy-Rose White, a licensed clinical...


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Weber in Motion gets participants off the couch and racing

EDEN — Heavy rains seemed just a small obstacle for dozens of members of Weber in Motion who were running Saturday in the half marathon or 5K offerings of the...


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Is bacteria to blame for joint and gut pain?

Scientists don’t know what causes rheumatoid arthritis, but many suspect the bacteria living in our gastrointestinal tracts may be to blame. A study by Jose...


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How to teach your kids about sugar

This article is dedicated to all of the kids out there who think the orange juice they drink at breakfast, the cookies they eat after lunch, the candy they trade at...


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New ultrasound enables earlier detection of breast cancer

BOUNTIFUL – Lakeview Hospital has new ultrasound technology that enables earlier detection of tumors invisible on a mammogram for women with dense breasts....




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Rabies: You don't want that

SALT LAKE CITY – Rabies? You don’t want that. Unfortunately, every year, it’s estimated that 40,000 people have to receive rabies prevention...


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Women more likely to suffer from gastrointestinal pain than men

Women are more likely to suffer from gastrointestinal problems than men. A team of researchers at Penn State Hershey College of Medicine recently found that...


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Getting angry puts a toll on your heart

Getting angry is bad for your heart. Period. The end. That’s what a new study confirms. The study, published in the European Heart Journal, found that the...


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Duchenne Muscular Dystrophry: 'How do you tell a kid he's not

“You wake up in the morning, and you think your kid is fine, and you go to bed that night, and you know they’re dying,” Mindy Leffler says,...


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U.S. Hispanics are healthier than whites, CDC says

Despite numerous risk factors that should shorten their lives, Hispanics in the United States are generally healthier than non-Hispanic whites, the Centers for...


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