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News Clips | July 28-29, 2022

University of Utah opens rapid access contraception clinic after Roe ruling

University of Utah Health (U of U) has opened a new rapid-access contraception clinic, to give people immediate access to birth control. The clinic mainly operates on Saturdays.

Most Native students will be able to attend the University of Utah for free under new program

In a landmark move, the flagship school is planning to provide scholarships to cover tuition and fees for those enrolled in a tribe in the state.

Huntsman Cancer Institute and Moran Eye Center earn top rankings

Huntsman Cancer Institute and the John A. Moran Eye Center have reached status as among the best in the country from the U.S. News & World Report's 2022-2023 Best Hospitals Rankings.

Wildfire plumes growing larger in the West, Utah study finds. Here’s why that matters

If it seems like wildfire plumes are growing larger in the West, University of Utah researchers say it's because they are. And that poses a problem for air quality throughout North America.

Is it recession or not? Utah’s situation looks good but some businesses still worry

New numbers from the U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis show the nation’s Gross Domestic Product decreased for the second consecutive quarter this year. During the first quarter, it decreased at an annual rate of 1.6%. During the second quarter, it fell at an annual rate of 0.9%.

Group cancels Salt Lake convention over Utah laws on abortion, transgender girls sports

A professional medical and research ethics organization has canceled its planned convention in Salt Lake City in response to the Utah Legislature's enactment of a "trigger law" that bans most abortions and its recent passage of legislation that bans transgender girls from competing in high school sports.

N. Utah housing market edges toward ‘normal’ as sales plunge and prices start to level off

Rising interest rates bite into those exorbitant offers, but relief could be years away, especially for renters who have given up house hunting.

With the summer heat, comes health concerns and needed help for vulnerable

As Utahns continue to deal with the heat of the summer months, there are several health risks that come with it that residents may not be equipped to deal with.

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