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News Clips | August 14-16, 2021

70% of general surgical residents at University of Utah are now women

When Dr. Annalise Deane was applying to general surgical residencies, she was advised not to wear her wedding ring and avoid being pregnant at all costs during interviews

This treatment may work against COVID-19 variants that evade vaccines

New COVID-19 variants are spreading. What happens if they evade vaccines?

Utah is ready for its ‘dark sky’ moment as tourists leave the crowds behind to see the Milky Way

Utah has 24 locations, from national parks to small towns, where light pollution is at a minimum.

University of Utah researchers may have found a way to fix a broken heart

After months of chemotherapy, a double mastectomy and extensive radiation treatment for her breast cancer, Debra Grant hoped her time in hospitals was over.

Lottery system in the works for hiking Zion’s Angels Landing

More than 300,000 a year make the half-mile trek along a treacherous cliff.

State of change: Minorities now driving more of Utah's population growth than white people

White people are no longer responsible for the majority of Utah's population growth.

Climate upheaval is upon Utah, and we can’t dither, Robert Gehrke explains

“We’re moving to a state where we’re seeing global catastrophes everywhere all the time,” Utah State University expert says.

Expert reveals why there’s ‘greater urgency’ to get people vaccinated

Is it safe to interact inside because of the delta variant?

Salt Lake City has never been bigger, one place grew by nearly 9,000%, and more census surprises

West Jordan passes Provo in population; West Valley City and Kearns become majority-minority; and Salt Lake County adds more people than Utah County.

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