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News Clips | June 24, 2022

Utah leaders react to Supreme Court decision to overturn Roe v. Wade

Minutes after the U.S. Supreme Court released its ruling that overturned Roe v. Wade, leaders in Utah quickly reacted to the decision that will put abortion rights into the hands of states.

What U. President Taylor Randall hopes to learn about the Great Salt Lake

University of Utah president sees an opportunity for the state’s colleges and universities to work together.

Monkeypox Outbreak Strain Has Far More Mutations Than Expected

Evidence of continued adaptation may account for suspected increase in transmissibility.

Important firework safety tips to prevent injuries around the 4th of July

There is nothing more American than July 4th with its sweet rings of freedom and memories of the heroes that fought for our country.

What To Do If Your Child Sprains Their Ankle Playing Outside

Anytime a child is injured, parents tend to worry and panic. However, treating an ankle sprain is relatively painless, as long as you know what to do.

Utah vape store shelves stripped of JUUL products hours after FDA announces ban

Mary Palmer remembers working at Smoke Break Huka Outlet on the day JUUL products first hit the shelves. “I was actually hired, like, right when the Juul craze was like really big I remember lines literally out the door.”

Why are girls starting puberty so early and what can parents do to support them?

The age at which girls first begin to develop breasts is dropping. We ask experts why this is happening and what parents can do to support their children.

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