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News Clips | February 17, 2022

Effort to Weaken Press Protections Isn’t Likely to End With Palin Case

Lawyers sympathetic to revisiting libel law say several cases in the courts could be used to re-examine longstanding Supreme Court precedent.

The next teen epidemic

The pandemic’s mental health impact on teens is raising alarm, but there are answers.

Researcher highlights Utah's Black history with Buffalo Soldiers

For anyone who makes their first visit to Fort Douglas Cemetery on the University of Utah campus, you’ll discover a lot of history.

How Esports Can Make You Healthier

Playing video games and esports has many benefits such as increasing the stimulation of the brain, reducing stress and helping in the development of problem-solving skills.

Are religion and marriage connected?

University of Utah family and consumer studies professor Nicholas Wolfinger is a social demographer who specializes in marriage and divorce.

Proposed Utah Lake Authority sails through House committee, but faced some public criticism

HB232 would do nothing to facilitate controversial dredging proposal, sponsor pledges.

Hill AFB personnel, F-35s deployed to Germany

As tensions increase along the Ukraine and Russia border, Utah's Hill Air Force Base has deployed Airmen and F-35s to neighboring Germany.

Hormonal Birth Control For Men Could Be in Our Future

We're excited to learn that a male birth-control gel has been developed by the Population Council, a nonprofit dedicated to reproductive health, in collaboration with the National Institutes of Health.

Smartphone-based COVID-19 detection system

In this interview, we speak to Professor Michael Mahan about his latest research which aimed to bring low-cost, state-of-the-art diagnostics to resource-limited settings.

Struggling with back acne? Dermatologists share treatment tips

Now is the time to start thinking about getting ready for summer.

Should vaccinated, boosted Utahns get another COVID-19 shot?

No rush for 4th dose in Utah, despite drop in effectiveness of boosters over time.

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