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News Clips | March 22-24, 2022

Utah Study: Artificial intelligence helps assess risk of heart complications

A research team at the University of Utah and Intermountain Primary Children’s Hospital developed a set of mathematical tools using artificial intelligence to assess the risk of heart complications in patients with a number of pre-existing risk factors.

Law school is worth the money, Harvard’s diversity push continues, and Utah law wins gold

Not everyone gets into law because it’s a lucrative career.

‘At the end, it will all bloom into peace’: A night for Ukraine in Salt Lake City

At least 3 million refugees have fled Ukraine since Russian forces invaded in February, with an additional 2 million internally displaced.

Century old Colorado River Compact imperfect, but immovable

As the Colorado River Compact approaches its 100th anniversary this November, the document is showing its age — from the lack of diversity in its authorship to its overestimation of waters available — but observers agree that it’s unlikely to get a modern-day facelift.

University of Utah President Taylor Randall unveils ambitious plan in inaugural address

During his inaugural address Wednesday, the University of Utah’s 17th president Taylor Randall said he has big plans for the state’s flagship school.

U of U Health’s Wellness Bus helping drive out diabetes, other ailments in Ogden

Free, confidential health services and educational programs are coming to the Marshall N. White Community Center this Friday by way of the Wellness Bus.

Red Cross Giving Day returns as blood supplies remain critically low

Wednesday is the Red Cross’ annual Giving Day—an opportunity for communities to come together and help families get back on their feet.

The Matterhorn: Alive With Vibrational Energy

Rigid, still, immobile—these are some of the words most would use to describe a mountain. But Jeff Moore prefers the verbs “shuddering, shaking, and swaying” instead.

How does President Joe Biden’s response to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine rate? New Utah poll has answers

As President Joe Biden heads to Belgium for a NATO summit to discuss ongoing deterrence and defense efforts in response to Russia’s unprovoked attack on Ukraine, more than half of Utahns disapprove of how he has handled the international crisis.

Discovery could help explain why certain infections are hard to get rid of

A new study led by researchers at University of Utah Health details a novel mechanism that infectious bacteria use to quickly adjust to environmental stress.

Salt Lake City Stars throwing it back to 70s

The Salt Lake City Stars, the NBA G-League affiliate of the Utah Jazz, announced today the team will be wearing throwback jerseys for their final two games of the season.

AI Method Helps Further Outcomes-Based Research for Cardiovascular Disease

Utah-based researchers used a new artificial intelligence method, which leverages EHR data, to analyze comorbid diagnoses and demographics that influence cardiovascular disease.

Pneumonia Decision Tool Reduces Death in ED Patients

The use of an electronic clinical decision support tool called "ePNa" reduced severity-adjusted, 30-day, all-cause mortality by 38% across 16 community hospitals in Utah compared with predeployment levels, a 3-year, pragmatic, cluster-controlled study shows.

The case for hybrid care models

Telehealth is increasingly being woven into healthcare organizations' future plans, giving hope to proponents of care models combining physical and digital aspects.

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