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News Clips | April 7, 2022

This $7M effort in Utah will help us understand droughts, floods

University of Utah part of major collaborative program.

Scientists say Lake Powell sediment holds clues to managing the shrinking reservoir

As Lake Powell water levels continue to fall, it’s not just side canyons that are being exposed. A new report looks at the history of the sediment that has been left behind.

Celebrating our student athletes

To be a full-time collegiate athlete and Olympian is no easy feat. Yet hundreds of students choose to represent Team USA every year.

Why we're still in a pandemic as things return to normal

COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations are at pandemic lows, so, are we still technically in a pandemic?

Going Public

Utah's libraries always have been about more than books.

Utah twins born from embryos frozen for 15 years

After being frozen as embryos for 15 years, two twins were finally born into a Sandy family in November.

What student debt forgiveness could mean for Utahns

President Biden announced that the current hold on federal student loan repayments will be extended until August 31, while some Democrats remain firm in calling for complete debt forgiveness.

Some hoped FDA approval of Pfizer's COVID vaccine would convince unvaccinated Americans. It didn't, study finds

After the Food and Drug Administration approved Pfizer-BioNTech's COVID-19 vaccine in August, public health experts were hopeful vaccine uptake would skyrocket.

Biosimilars, generics to slow drug cost increases in 2022

Biosimilars and generic drugs are poised to slow drug cost this year, a new report indicates.

6 Supplements That Don’t Always Mix With Prescription Drugs

Over-the-counter vitamins, herbs and minerals aren’t without potential risks.

'Know that we believe you': Utah advocates, sex assault survivors honored

Last year, 1,029 sexual assault kits were administered to Utah patients across 23 sexual assault nurse examiner programs—a number that likely represents just 10% of people who experienced sexual violence.

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