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News Clips | May 11-12, 2023

How do you want Utah to grow?

Utah’s population is projected to grow from 3.3 million to 5.5 million by 2060. The governor’s office wants the public’s help in planning for that growth.

Ryan Christiansen: New U. center the gateway to Utah’s fintech future

Stena Center for Financial Technology aims to bring together education and industry to speed and refine financial innovation and inclusion.

Thousands raised to help students erase school lunch debt in Utah

Student lunch debt is an issue impacting thousands of Utah families, with nearly two million dollars in unpaid lunch bills.

Cancer drugs among top 5 most affected by shortages in the US

There is an active shortage of about two dozen chemotherapy drugs, the fifth most of any drug category, according to data from the end of March from the University of Utah Drug Information Service.

Allergy season in Cleveland is lasting a lot longer

Allergy season—the period between the last freeze each spring and the first freeze each fall—increased by 32 days on average in Cleveland between 1970 and 2021, per an analysis from Climate Central, a nonprofit climate news organization.

Why Dad’s Side of the Family Tends to Miss Out

Many people have stronger bonds with their maternal relatives. Why?

How to support those experiencing grief surrounding Mother's Day

While Mother’s Day is a day for many to celebrate the important women in their lives, for others it can bring feelings of pain or grief.

What Is Causing So Much Pink Eye?

The newest SARS-CoV-2 strain may cause red, watery eyes. But the symptom can have other causes, too.

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