News Clips for April 23-24, 2019

Timeline: A look back at Megan Marsden's competition and coaching career at the University of Utah

For as long as there’s been a gymnastics program at the University of Utah, there’s been a Marsden leading the way. Greg Marsden was the first head coach when things got started in 1976. His wife Megan joined him on staff after her competition career at Utah ended in 1985 and she stayed after he retired in 2015. Megan Marsden on Monday announced that she, too, is retiring. Co-head coach Tom Farden will take over the program. Here is a look back at Megan Marsden’s nearly 40 years of involvement with the Utes.

Can you survive if you run out of air?

Science tells us the human body can only survive for a few minutes without oxygen. But some people are defying this accepted truth.

WHY CLIMATE EXPERTS ARE WORRIED ABOUT TRUMP'S NEW PANEL ON CLIMATE CHANGE AND NATIONAL SECURITY

Multiple proposed panelists have publicly expressed their skepticism of human-caused climate change.

Air pollution poses risk for childhood cancer survivors

When we talk about sensitive groups need to be careful during bad air days, the Huntsman Cancer Insitute and the University of Utah say we should be adding cancer survivors to the mix. Researchers at Huntsman and the U found poor air quality days significantly increase the risk of hospitalization for respiratory problems in young cancer survivors.

This Is How Dogs Suffer When Used in Experiments

More than 60,000 dogs are used in experimentation each year in U.S. laboratories, according to federal statistics.