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News Clips | May 21-24, 2022

A Utah expert is studying the world’s oldest movable-type book—and it’s not the Gutenberg Bible

A University of Utah researcher is leading a team to study the 14th century Korean book called Jikji.

Seeing beyond death

Glimpsing the future in the eyes of the dead.

Man Shares Girlfriend's Tactic To Make Him Do Chores: 'Pettiness Level 100'

Avideo showing a girlfriend's "petty" reaction to her boyfriend not doing any chores at home has gained viral attention online

Here’s why major cities may still be worth their high cost of living

Many renters believe that a cost-of-living crisis is brewing in America’s major cities.

Group Fitness Leader MOSSA Launches “De-Desk Your Body”

New sessions added to MOSSA On-Demand demonstrate how to relieve the negative effects of sitting on the body.

Are you a Trump Republican or a Romney Republican? Poll reveals Utahns’ preference

Donald Trump and Mitt Romney are a lot like oil and water. You can mix them together once in a while, but they always separate.

Virtual Urgent Care: A medical service now available when we most need it

We’ve all been there before. Getting sick at the most inopportune time, and for whatever reason, an in-person visit is simply not an option…

‘We have to do better': Policymakers, advocates call for better support of maternal mental health

State leaders and community advocates called for better support and policies for maternal mental health on Tuesday, saying almost half of Utah mothers report mental health symptoms before, during or after pregnancy.

Interview – Dr. John McLennan, Co-PI Utah FORGE project update

The Utah Frontier Observatory for Research in Geothermal Energy (FORGE) is a U.S. Department of Energy-funded underground laboratory dedicated to advancing innovative technologies to unlock Earth’s limitless geothermal energy by developing Enhanced Geothermal Systems (EGS).

What should Utahns traveling out of the U.S. do about monkeypox?

Travel clinics across Utah offer education and immunizations.

Evidence of familial genetic risk for colon cancer

Huntsman Cancer Institute researchers discovered people with a certain polyp syndrome and their first-degree relatives are at increased risk for colorectal cancer.

Yes, Allergy Seasons Are Getting Worse. Blame Climate Change

If you live with seasonal allergies and feel like the pollen seasons feel longer and longer every year, you may be right.

The Olympic countdown is on, but when with Salt Lake City know if it will be called to host?

Utah organizers estimate the 2030 Winter Games will cost $2.2 billion. They say none of that will be paid for by taxpayers.

‘Absolutely a Priority’: How Digital Transformation Is Taking Off in Healthcare

Healthcare providers are embracing agility and consumer-oriented philosophies at an accelerated rate.

Is there finally some good news on the birthrate front?

The tiny increase in the birthrate in 2021 isn’t likely to reverse the long-term trend, experts say.

Why a skeptic thinks Salt Lake City should host the Olympics again. Robert Gehrke explains his change of heart.

Salt Lake Tribune columnist Robert Gehrke had his doubts about Utah hosting the 2002 Olympics.

What data shows about traffic fatalities in 2020

Despite there being fewer people on the road in 2020 due to COVID-19 lockdowns—total vehicle miles traveled decreased by 11%—fatal crashes increased by nearly 7% from 2019. There were 35,766 traffic incidents in the United States resulting in 38,824 deaths.

4 Best Free Credit Cards

What does the term “free credit card” mean to you? What do you think it means to the average consumer?

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