News Clips | June 3, 2021

Is Utah seeing an uptick in ticks within wildlife and landscape?

From Antelope Island to the Wasatch Range, Utah has seen an increase in the number of ticks. State Park officials say they’re hearing, more often, that a visitor found a tick during or after their trip to Antelope Island.

COVID-19 Combined with Hemorrhagic Stroke Leads to Poor Outcomes

Hemorrhagic stroke patients with COVID-19 were more likely to die while hospitalized or to be sent to a skilled nursing facility at discharge.

Davis sheriff’s deputies won’t enforce laws that infringe on gun rights

The policy, which Sheriff Kelly Sparks calls “proactive,” is symbolic, University of Utah law professor says.

Garth Brooks concert sales generate $50K in grants for Utah artists hit by COVID-19 pandemic

If you bought a ticket for country superstar Garth Brooks's upcoming concert at Rice-Eccles Stadium at the University of Utah, you may have helped local artists and university students in the process.

The Complex Relationship Between Race, Income, and Geographic Disparities in Idiopathic Intracranial Hypertension

A new study found that idiopathic intracranial hypertension (IIH) tended to cluster within certain neighborhoods in the Philadelphia area, and was more common among Black and Hispanic women.

New research sheds light on the origins of synovial sarcoma

A new study published today in Cancer Discovery, a journal of the American Association for Cancer Research, reports findings that may change the understanding of how synovial sarcoma develops and spreads.

Celebrating Pride Month

Activist and artist, Cat Palmer joined us to talk about her family’s favorite holiday, Pride. She gives us all the latest details on how, when, and where to celebrate!

Stand for Palestinian Human Rights

The University of Utah White Coats 4 Black Lives chapter stands in solidarity with Palestinians in their struggle against the escalating settler-colonial violence perpetrated by the state of Israel.