WASHINGTON — The south is weighing this country down. Nowhere in the U.S. are Americans more overweight than in Mississippi and West Virginia, where more
States where Americans are most and least obese /Health/2014/09/08/The-states-where-Americans-are-the-most-and-least-obese.html -1
SALT LAKE CITY — Utah teenagers aren’t the only ones developing an electronic cigarette habit. New data from the Utah Department of Health shows
State: E-cigarette use doubles, smoking not declining /Health/2014/09/06/adults-e-cig-usage.html -1
Johnson & Johnson announced Thursday a “fast-track” commitment to develop a combination Ebola vaccine with Bavarian Nordic, a biotech
Johnson & Johnson accelerates Ebola vaccine program /Health/2014/09/04/Johnson-Johnson-accelerates-Ebola-vaccine-program.html -1
NEW YORK — Smoking is banned in more than eight out of 10 U.S. homes — nearly twice as many as two decades ago, according to a new government study.
Study: Utah has most homes that forbid smoking /Health/2014/09/04/Study-More-than-8-in-10-US-homes-forbid-smoking.html -1
Is it too early to start talking about flu season? Not according to local and national health experts. They are recommending people get immunized as soon as
Flu shot season is upon us /Health/2014/09/02/flu-vaccine-story.html -1
LAYTON — Toward the end of May, 13-year-old Adaiah Lucero had a hard time getting her right leg to work. The teenager, who walked to school every day
Utah has high rate of MS; Layton teen part of study /Health/2014/09/02/MS-walk-story.html -1
When the Philadelphia specialist gently tweaked a spot deep inside Heidi Gribble Camp’s back, she screamed, an expression of both anguish and elation.
Even after surgery, her pain did not diminish /Health/2014/09/02/Even-after-surgery-her-pain-did-not-diminish.html -1
Five or 10 years from now, Karl Bushby could be illustrious, a celebrity chauffeured about London in a sleek town car, a bucket of champagne at his feet as he rides
A British ex-soldier is trying to walk around the globe /Health/2014/09/02/A-British-ex-soldier-is-trying-to-walk-around-the-globe-unless-Russia-stops-him.html -1
OGDEN — A regulatory structure underpins the preparation and serving of food in Utah restaurants — a system that is meant to help prevent lye-in
Lye in tea? Counties target food handlers' permits /Health/2014/09/01/food-handlers.html -1
OGDEN — So far this year, Utah has experienced 636 automobile crashes due to drowsy driving. Three of those accidents resulted in the loss of life. Dr.
Drowsy driving a killer in Utah /Health/2014/09/01/Drowsy-Driving.html -1
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