News Clips for June 5, 2018

Common Antidepressants May Be Less Effective At Higher Elevation, Study Says

Our region ranks in the top ten for suicide. A new study from the University of Utah shows there may be a reason for that.The study tested common…

University of Utah names three finalists to replace controversial health sciences leader who stepped down

The University of Utah has narrowed its search for a new senior vice president of health sciences down to three:

Larry H. Miller family and the U. launch 'Wellness Bus' to fight diabetes in underserved populations

Nearly 145,000 adults in Utah suffer from diabetes, according to the Utah Department of Health. For businesswoman Gail Miller, matriarch of the well-known philanthropic Utah family, the ailment is deeply personal.

Ute coaches are already impressed with Mark Harlan after initial meeting with new boss

New Utah athletic director Mark Harlan met with many of the Ute coaches Monday morning, and they came away impressed with their new boss.