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News Clips | December 8, 2021

Why Is There So Much Judgment About How We Feed Our Kids?

At a routine checkup for Priya Fielding-Singh’s newborn daughter, a well-meaning nurse put the child on a scale and said, “Let’s see how good of a job Mom is doing,” which was another way of asking whether the baby had gained weight from drinking Fielding-Singh’s breast milk.

Utah’s Kyle Whittingham named Pac-12 Coach of the Year, Devin Lloyd takes home Defensive Player of the Year honors

The Utes had 10 players named to the All-Pac-12 first or second teams after claiming their first conference championship.

‘The secret’s out’: Utah is seeing ‘remarkable’ population growth. Here’s how much is because of migration

Over the last year, Utah saw second-highest recorded net migration and the lowest natural increase since 1975.

COVID-19 Vaccine Timeline: One year since mass vaccinations began

One year after the first COVID-19 vaccine was administered, data shows that almost two million Utahns are fully vaccinated.

Big turnout in Coalville rail-trail open house

A community open house at the Ledges Event Center in Coalville Monday night attracted dozens of people who wanted to talk about the Union Pacific Rail Trail Corridor Master Plan project.

What's the Best Blood Thinner for a Blood Clot in Your Legs?

For people suffering from clots in their legs, a new study finds that one of two commonly used blood thinners is safer and more effective than the other.

Food Tastes Like Garbage for 20-Year-Old Who Caught COVID 10 Months Ago: 'Literal Torture'

Ayoung woman has pleaded with people to take COVID-19 seriously after she developed a long-term symptom that causes food and drink to taste and smell revolting.

Omicron Threat May Be Countered With Extra Dose of Vaccine

The earliest studies on omicron are in and the glimpse they’re providing is cautiously optimistic: while vaccines like the one made by Pfizer Inc. and BioNTech SE may be less powerful against the new variant, protection can be fortified with boosters.

Recursion Pharma scores multibillion-dollar mega deal with Swiss drug titan

Not bad for a company launched less than a decade ago by two University of Utah Ph.D. students and their professor that, in 2016, employed about a dozen people and was running on a couple million dollars in funding.

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