If ants are the uninvited guests at summer barbecues, watermelon would surely be the recipient of the gold-engraved “Please-please-come-to-our-party” invitation. After all, nothing
If ants are the uninvited guests at summer barbecues, watermelon would surely be the recipient of the gold-engraved “Please-please-come-to-our-party”
Any way you slice it, watermelon is summer's gem /Health/2014/07/29/Any-way-you-slice-it-this-melon-is-the-queen-of-summer-produce.html -1
FARMINGTON – When Farmington resident Stacie Hathaway’s 9-year-old daughter, Morgan, began asking about being in a beauty pageant a year ago, Hathaway
Little Miss Farmington provides service mentorship /Local/2014/07/29/Little-Miss-Farmington-provides-service-mentorship.html -1
1. Cut melon into cylinder “sticks” and eat with fruit dip 2. Use cookie cutters to cut stars or other shapes from melon slices; spread yogurt or
10 Ways to Eat Watermelon /Health/2014/07/29/10-Ways-to-Eat-Watermelon.html -1
Shoppers often ask produce expert John Tippets to choose a watermelon for them, rather than trying to pick the best and juiciest one on their own. If the melon
Picking the perfect watermelon /Health/2014/07/29/Picking-the-perfect-watermelon.html -1
MELBOURNE, Australia — In a pilot study in Denmark, AIDS researchers seeking to cure HIV with a one-two punch got an early hint the approach may work by
Curing AIDS moves step closer as cancer drug rouses virus /Health/2014/07/29/Curing-AIDS-moves-step-closer-as-cancer-drug-rouses-virus.html -1
When milk marketers went searching for a replacement for their notorious “Got Milk?” campaign, they asked 2,500 teens and adults what promise would make
Protein: Why it's so popular right now /Health/2014/07/29/Protein-Why-it-s-so-popular-right-now.html -1
The public open houses begin today for the newly renovated Ogden Temple, and visitors are expected to arrive in droves for their appointments to tour the space,
LDS Film Festival plays Peery's Egyptian Theater /Entertainment/2014/07/29/LDS-Film-Festival-plays-Peery-s-Egyptian-Theater.html -1
For every 12 minutes a stroke goes untreated and a pea-sized piece of brain may die. "These are a couple of visuals that I sometimes use to teach about stroke,"
My parent had a stroke - now what? /Health/2014/07/29/My-Parents-Had-A-Stroke-Now-What.html -1
A blood test has been developed to predict if a person will develop Alzheimer’s within a year, raising hopes the disease could eventually become preventable.
Could Alzheimer's disease be prevented? /Health/2014/07/29/Alzheimer-s-disease-could-be-prevented.html -1
OGDEN -- There's no question that running and walking are good for you, but common problems can arise that can set you back. McKay-Dee Hospital sports medicine
Runners beware to sidestep the setbacks /Health/2014/07/29/sidestep-the-setbacks.html -1
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