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News Clips | March 26-28, 2022

NASA funds University of Utah Health project on biological impacts of space travel

U of U Health researchers take a closer look at how space travel effects the health of astronauts.

Why did the earliest humans leave Africa?

On a searing hot summer day at ‘Ubeidiya, an ancient site in northern Israel, an undulating expanse of dry grasses and thistles stretches into the distance.

Lake Powell continues to disappear as Colorado hits pause on plan to prop up levels

The reservoir could drop below the level needed to generate power at the Glen Canyon Dam this year if other ways of increasing the elevation of the lake aren’t used.

Why I, a feminist in college, believe birth control is anti-woman

Every morning, 10.1 million women in the U.S. wake up and take a pill just so they can go about their sexual lives.

The U.S. Senate wants to make daylight saving time permanent. Here’s what that would mean for Utah.

If the measure goes into effect, Utahns wouldn’t see the sunrise until nearly 9 a.m. in winter months.

Why Amazon makes you click a box to redeem coupons

Saving money can take a little extra effort: clipping coupons, searching for a promotional code, signing up for an email list....

One Utah dancer posted her harassment story online. It prompted a flood of #MeToo responses.

Sybley Wozmak recounted an explicit text exchange on Instagram, leading to a choreographer’s dismissal.

The Big Sneeze: Climate change to make pollen season nastier

Climate change already has made allergy season longer and pollen counts higher, but you ain’t sneezed nothing yet.

Utah first in nation to introduce state-level return-to-work program

When Lt. Gov. Deidre Henderson was elected to the Utah State Senate in 2012, she doubled the number of Republican women.

Hitachi and University of Utah Health develop new AI method for diabetes patients needing complex drug treatment

The algorithm analyses EHR data and learns treatment patterns of type 2 diabetes patients.

Obituaries have added zip to his life—and helped with navigating the pandemic

Two years ago, along with the rest of the world, Dale Adams had a problem.

Why Utahns say its time to treat COVID-19 like other diseases

More than three-quarters of Utahns support Gov. Spencer Cox’s “steady state” COVID-19 plan to start treating the virus like the flu and other diseases with limited outbreaks rather than as an ongoing emergency.

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