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Inflatable exhibit aims to spread awareness about colon cancer detection

OGDEN — People born around 1990 have twice the risk of colon cancer and four times the risk of rectal cancer as those born around 1958. The American College of Gastroenterology stated the alarming trend of younger and younger people being diagnosed with the diseases. “Young people are also often diagnosed with more advanced cancers due to delays in detection, driving home the point that prevention is the best strategy to beat cancer,” said Dr. Kyle Eliason, director of endoscopy for Intermountain Health and also the director of gastroenterology at Intermountain McKay-Dee ...

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Letter: Utah’s public schools are not Sunday schools

On Friday, the Utah House voted 56-13 to pass HB514, a bill that would give school districts the option to help provide emotional and spiritual support to children. If the bill passes the Senate, Governor Cox has signaled his eagerness to sign it. The presence would threaten constitutional ...

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