News Clips for June 12 & 13, 2018

The Signs Your Intense Headache Is Actually a Migraine

Recognizing the signs you're having a migraine is key to preventing one from striking again.

Nano-decorations in nature's subsurface water filter

When bacteria and viruses get into well water and make people sick, often the contamination comes after heavy rain or flooding. In 2000, more than 2,300 people in Walkerton, Ontario, got sick when, after unusually heavy rains. E. coli bacteria found their way to drinking water wells. Seven people died.

Tracking Wasatch Front Air Quality Using The TRAX System

New research out of the University of Utah tracks air quality across the Wasatch Front through instruments placed on TRAX light rail trains, revealing

The enduring magic of the voice actor

From entertainment to electronics, companies still turn to the human voice to sell products and tell stories.

Check out these berry good fruit stands and farmers markets in Utah

Check out there berry good fruit stands and farmers markets in Utah

After celebrity deaths, Utah sees a big increase in calls to suicide prevention hotlines

Utah’s largest suicide prevention programs have seen a dramatic increase in calls to their hotline after the suicide deaths last week of celebrities Anthony Bourdain and Kate Spade.

New curriculum focuses on Women’s Rights in Utah

(KUTV) - This summer, class is still in session for Utah school teachers, as they learn about a new curriculum aimed to help educate our children about our state’s rich history regarding women’s rights.Utah school teachers are spending the next week at the

Este Barrio No Se Vende: Jessica Sabogal’s Artistic Activism – SLUG Magazine

Muralist Jessica Sabogal is a first-generation Colombian American whose spray-painted works reach out to marginalized people, show them support and speak the message of their struggle and humanity, which is so often misheard or misrepresented.

‘Sticker shock’ for Utah families as daycare costs jump

Utah families are paying more for child care and also facing long wait lists because of a shortage of space for infants and toddlers, according to state officials, daycare providers and parents.

13 Active Volcanoes You Can Actually Visit

Volcano tourism is on the rise around the world. Of the world's 1,500 active volcanoes, here are some to put on your travel bucket list.

Water main break at the University of Utah leaves some campus housing without water

SALT LAKE CITY —  A water main ruptured Tuesday morning on South Medical Drive and as a result some University of Utah campus housing is without water and the road will be closed until repairs can be made. The large pipe broke around seven a.m. and crews have been working to locate the exact locatio

Prescription drug shortages increasing, becoming more costly for patients

The most significant shortages hit generic injectable medications such as epinephrine (adrenaline), morphine and bupivacaine, a common anesthetic used in childbirth.

Experts question Brown County's choice of coating to protect courthouse dome

A Bellevue contractor wrote to county in 2017, saying linseed oil wouldn't preserve dome's shine. Choice of coating also surprised Utah metals expert.

North American Universities Increasingly Cancel Publisher Packages

A growing number of libraries are unbundling their subscriptions to the full suite of publishers’ journals, opting for limited titles to save on costs.

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