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News Clips | May 18, 2022

Forests might not be the climate saviors we are counting on

New research suggests trees in the future won't get a big growth spurt from more CO2, and will die more in wildfires, droughts and insect outbreaks.

Fines for Colorado schools with Native American mascots start in June. But no one has the power to enforce them.

About a dozen schools have been told by the Colorado Commission of Indian Affairs to jettison mascots that appropriate American Indian imagery.

Primary Children's Hospital turns 100 years old

The first Primary Children’s Hospital opened in 1922 in a converted house across from Temple Square in Salt Lake City. Dr. Angelo Giardino, Chief Medical Officer of Primary Children’s Hospital said the hospital has stayed true to the mission of its founders.

Elon Musk on housing market bubble: 'They dug their own graves'

Tesla CEO Elon Musk recently added the housing market into the mix of his Twitter commentary.

Optimizing Harvest and Clarification

Intensification of upstream cell culture-based processes leads to higher cell densities and product titers, which in turn have resulted in lower process volumes and smaller, more compact processes.

University of Utah Health addresses baby formula crisis

University of Utah Health officials addressed the current baby formula shortage on Tuesday.

Utah doctors issue challenge for parents to talk to teens about marijuana, vaping

Jessica Strong, community health director at Primary Children's Hospital, said they are seeing more kids admitted with mental and physical issues that could be traced back to marijuana use or vaping.

Why the economic impact of another Olympics in Utah would be less than in 2002

A new analysis released Tuesday shows hosting the 2030 Winter Games would bring $2.2 billion to Utah, $500 million less than construction, visitor spending and federal security funding added to the economy from the state’s first Olympics two decades ago.

Utah joins national movement to retrain teachers on the ‘science of reading’

“What a waste of time.” That was the thought third grade teacher Cassie White had when she first learned she’d be forced to start a new training program.

Wellness Bus taking health care to Utah neighborhoods

People on the go may not always make time for important health screenings, but there’s a convenient option you may not know about right in your neighborhood.

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