News Clips for July 26, 2018

Grant to aid in geothermal research in rural Utah

The Governor’s Office of Economic Development has approved an Industrial Assistance Fund, post-performance Economic Opportunity Grant of $365,000. The project will create 23 new jobs with an average full-time wage of $94,000 per year.

Lower is better: Aggressively lowering blood pressure prevents memory loss, researchers say

It's the first intervention that has been clearly demonstrated to lower the risk of developing memory loss that leads to dementia, researchers say.

Hospitals know how to protect mothers. They just aren’t doing it.

Hospitals know how to protect mothers. They just aren’t doing it.

CFPB Enforcement Is Back—With a Softer Touch

The Consumer Finance Protection Bureau, after pausing the policing of financial firms under Trump-appointed leadership, has restarted enforcement using a more collaborative approach than in the Obama era.

In Pictures: Sugar House's expansion continues - Building Salt Lake

Construction has become a constant activity in the Sugar House Business District and surrounding areas, but the variety of projects is increasing.  Construction is actively underway on six projects in Sugar House.  Of those six, two commercial developments, the University of Utah Health Sugar House Health Center and SpringHill Suites hotel;  three are multifamily developments, […]