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News Clips | February 15, 2022

Utah proposes panel to decide when transgender athletes play

The "School Activity Eligibility Commission" would evaluate trans athletes' physical characteristics and how they compare to "baseline ranges" for their age and gender.

Researchers: Mucus prevents the spread of coronaviruses on surfaces

A team of researchers at the University of Utah has made critical discoveries about how the coronavirus spreads.

Utah student group speaks out against proposals for Little Cottonwood Canyon

If you've ever driven up Little Cottonwood Canyon on a powder day, or even just on a weekend for that matter, chances are you've experienced the dreaded, infamous red snake of traffic.

Two USU Professors Helping Develop Tools to Support Indigenous Perspectives in K-12 Classrooms

They are working with Rogelio E. Cardona-Rivera from the University of Utah as another principal investigator and Darren Parry, a Tribal Knowledge holder for the Northwestern Band of the Shoshone Nation (NWBSN) in Utah.

Decline of vultures and rise of dogs carries disease risks

This is a story about vultures, feral dogs, rabies...and piles of rotting animal carcasses. Buckle up.

Utah doctors have noticed a pattern in how COVID long-haulers finally recover

They also have noticed a pattern in who is suffering.

Mental health professionals offer advice in wake of 12-year-old boy's suicide

The recent suicide of a 12-year-old boy in Tooele County has rattled parents across Utah.

Police identify 19-year-old University of Utah student killed at motel

Zhifan Dong, according to the U., was a freshman from China.

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