Lifestyle

Modern life smells so good it's killing the cheap perfume

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WASHINGTON — The fast growth of specialized scents in fabric softeners, household cleaners and body sprays has helped make America, and the typical American, smell sweeter and cleaner than ever....

Faith

Global Day of Prayer follows summit

SALT LAKE CITY — For the first time, the Vine Institute in Salt Lake City is hosting a summit to focus on discovering God’s multicultural gifts and...


Faith

Changing congregations in Top of Utah

Congregations across the Top of Utah are becoming more multicultural and ministers want to make sure their congregations are adapting and ministering to...


Faith

Columnist outlines positive approaches to mental health

The late ’70s and early ’80s was a very difficult period in my life. I succumbed both mentally and physically to what I perceived to be...


Faith

Returned missionaries discover rewards from simple service

OGDEN — Service can be simple and yet effective. That’s what some returned missionaries and a few of their friends learned during a service...


Faith

National Day of Prayer celebrated with two events

OGDEN — Two local events will highlight the upcoming National Day of Prayer. An ecumenical, multi-faith council is observing National Day of Prayer with...




Profiles

Veterinarians are too expensive, and it puts pets at risk

Special To The Washington Post. EUGENE, Ore. — After a terrifying encounter with our automatic garage door, my beloved 23-pound cat Orangey was in trouble...


Profiles

Why are ripe fruits sweet?

Dear Dr. Universe: Why are ripe fruits sweet and why is it so important? —Alexa, Schenzhen, China Dear Alexa, My friend Kate Evans said the answer...


Health

Indiana HIV outbreak, hepatitis C epidemic sparks CDC alert

INDIANAPOLIS — An Indiana county is experiencing nearly daily increases in new HIV infections tied to intravenous drug use, and health officials hope the...


Faith

Two Mormon leaders battling serious health issues

SALT LAKE CITY — Two of the Mormon church’s aging leaders are battling serious health issues. L. Tom Perry, 92, the second-most senior member of the...


Auto

Trinity guardrails said to be focus of federal criminal probe

NEW YORK — The Justice Department is conducting a criminal investigation into the use of a highway guardrail system linked to at least eight deaths, according...


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