News Clips | April 27, 2021

New data gives insight into Utah’s mental health crisis for 2021

New data from Monday has provided further insight into Utah’s mental health crisis. According to Mental Health America, Utah ranks #47 for overall citizens experiencing some form of struggle with their health mentally.

‘Minari’: Part of a wave of 2nd-generation storytelling about what it means to participate in America

At the 93rd Academy Awards on April 25, Yuh-Jung Youn became the first Korean woman and the second Asian woman since 1957 to win an Oscar for best supporting actress for her work in Lee Isaac Chung’s Minari.

Preeclampsia during pregnancy increases risk of stroke, study finds

A new study from the University of Utah reports women who have preeclampsia during pregnancy are at least three times more likely to suffer from strokes later in life than woman who do not have a history of the condition.

The obstacles of insurance: Getting addiction treatment covered

About 15 years ago, Lana Bylund found out four of her eight children were addicted to drugs.

Which state grew the fastest the past decade? Hint: It’s pretty, great

Despite being the fastest-growing state in the country the past 10 years, Utah’s population did not increase enough to gain another seat in the U.S. House of Representatives.

Will I have worse COVID-19 vaccine symptoms if I’ve already had the virus?

You may have heard that those who have already been sick with COVID-19 experience worse symptoms after receiving the vaccine. But is this accepted by the medical community, or is it just a myth?