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News Clips | May 14-16, 2022

Can free college tuition and scholarships solve the nation's labor shortage crisis? These governors seem to think so

Thirty-eight governors raised the topic of higher education spending during their state-of-the-state addresses, an analysis by the National Governors Association found.

U. of U. may dump oil and gas stocks, but it will take at least a year. Why the wait?

Divestment proponents say the school is moving too slowly on an urgent issue.

Not Doing This Together May Be Ruining Your Relationship, New Study Warns

From going on regular dates to taking the time to have important conversations, there are a number of things you and your partner can do together to build a solid foundation for your relationship.

Deadly venom from spiders and snakes may also cure what ails you

In a small room in a building at the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum, the invertebrate keeper, Ms Emma Califf, lifts up a rock in a plastic box.

U of U Health recognized for diversity by Forbes

As of recently, Forbes has ranked University of Utah Health (U of U Health) among the top 50 of 500 of the best employers for diversity in 2022.

When Abortion Means Traveling, More Women Forgo Procedure: Study

Long-distance travel will likely prove a nearly insurmountable barrier to some women seeking abortion if Roe v. Wade is overturned as expected, a new study concludes.

Opinion: Utah is leading the nation on mental health with two new initiatives

Suicide is the leading cause of teenage deaths in Utah—here’s what our government is doing about it.

Trees aren’t a climate change cure-all – 2 new studies on the life and death of trees in a warming world show why

When people talk about ways to slow climate change, they often mention trees, and for good reason.

Human eyes have been revived after death, responding to light again

Researchers have revived neuron cells in the retinas of both human and mouse eyes, restoring some electrical activity with light.

US abortion law: Scientist says his work on fetal pain has been misrepresented

A scientist at University College London has accused supporters of the US state of Mississippi, which wants to ban abortions after 15 weeks’ gestation, of misinterpreting his work on fetal pain in a brief they filed with the US Supreme Court.

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