News Clips for March 10, 2021

Vaccinated lives: 5 health experts revel in simple pleasures

They talk about navigating risk and the joys of hugging friends, dining out and even getting their hair cut by professionals.

Here's How to Get Your Dental Hygiene Back on Track If You Haven't Been to the Dentist

In September, the American Dental Association released the results of a poll wherein over half of the dentists surveyed reported seeing increases in "stress-related oral health conditions" in patients since the beginning of the pandemic. Bruxism (teeth grinding), chipped and cracked teeth, and temporomandibular joint disorder (TMJ) symptoms were all on the rise.

What Latter-day Saint history experts thought of ‘Murder Among the Mormons’

New Netflix docuseries recounts the story of Mark Hofmann, the Salt Lake City forger and murderer.

On data privacy, university students want collaboration, transparency

A new study published Wednesday by the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators and the think tank New America revealed that college students want to be more involved in planning the safety and security of their own personal and educational data.

Walking the tightrope of racial battle fatigue with Cornel West

Finding the balance between fighting for social justice and maintaining one’s well being is like walking on a tightrope. As the fight against injustice takes a mental and physical toll on the people pushing for change, how can they continue to demand justice without sacrificing their own health?

‘Very exciting discovery’: Scientist study active volcanos in Central Utah

If you’ve driven through central Utah on I-15 near Fillmore, you may have noticed some smooth hills and fields of black rock. The area is named the Black Rock Desert. It may not look like much, but you’re looking at some of Utah’s volcanoes.

LDS President Russell M. Nelson, 2 others to get honorary degrees from University of Utah

Russell M. Nelson, the president of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, is one of three people who will be getting honorary doctorate degrees from the University of Utah during the 2021 commencement ceremony in May. The commencement will be held virtually on May 6 to keep COVID-19 health guidelines.