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News Clips | January 29-31, 2022

200 volunteers spend weekend with homeless to learn how to help and what problems they face

Volunteers spent Friday connecting with those who are experiencing homelessness in the Salt Lake Valley. It's part of the Point-In-Time Count.

New Study Calls into Question the Importance of Meat Eating in Shaping Human Evolution

Volume of evidence for meat eating can largely be explained by significant research attention on the time period after Homo erectus emergence.

Amid book banning battles, Seattle school drops 'To Kill a Mockingbird' over racism concerns

A Seattle-area school board voted to remove "To Kill a Mockingbird" from student reading lists this week, just days before news surfaced that a Tennessee district had, earlier this month, banned the Pulitzer Prize-winning graphic novel about the Holocaust, "Maus," from its curriculum.

Rural residents tend to hold fatalistic beliefs, perceive more cancer-related information overload than urban residents

Compared to U.S. urban adults, rural adults were more likely to think fatalistically about cancer and feel overwhelmed by information about cancer prevention.

Seasonal allergies getting worse? Study says climate change could be why

Climate change is making hay fever misery worse, suggests a recent study.

Alcohol consumption can directly cause cancer, study says

The CDC says all alcoholic drinks are linked with cancer.

Birth control for men? How a new contraceptive could change family planning dynamics

University of Utah Health doing clinical study of contraceptive gel for men.

As 2022 Paralympics approach, athletes and instructors talk all things adaptive sports

There’s ‘dignity in risk,’ says Tracy Meier, program manager at the National Ability Center in Park City.

Housing ranks as Utahns’ biggest worry, so much so that more are saying: Enough!

New poll indicates 1 in 4 favor some kind of limits on growth.

Utah in 40 years: 5.5 million strong — and counting. A graphic look at how the state will change.

Think millions more people, with smaller households, older residents and lots of new jobs.

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