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News Clips | May 3, 2022

Rock Music in Utah

Three-dimensional models could help forecast rock tower frequencies—and seismic impacts—around the globe.

Deadly Venom From Spiders and Snakes May Cure What Ails You

Efforts to tease apart the vast swarm of proteins in venom—a field called venomics—have burgeoned in recent years, leading to important drug discoveries.

How UofU Health Is Benefiting from Intensive Behavioral and Physical Health Care

Like many health systems, University of Utah Health has been focused on the best ways to treat patients with multiple risks that include physical, psychiatric and substance-use disorders.

Utah law professor: Overturning Roe v. Wade would leave abortion laws to the states

The draft Supreme Court decision overturning Roe v. Wade would leave laws on abortion up to legislatures, with wide variations expected from state to state.

U of U hires former student to help with equity, diversity and inclusion

The University of Utah announced Monday it has appointed Keith Embray as its first Executive Director of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Operations and Associate Athletic Director for EDI and Student Belonging.

Anti-idling campaign reduces idling time at elementary schools

An anti-idling campaign at elementary schools was effective in reducing idling time by 38%, and an air monitoring experiment found that air quality around schools can vary over short distances.

Skip out on long wait times for virtual urgent care

When you need urgent care you need it as soon as possible. Virtual Urgent Care from University of Utah Health could help you get the care you need, faster.

President Biden should cancel some college loan debt, but not for everyone. Robert Gehrke explains why.

If it’s done right, forgiving student debt could provide a boost to the nation’s working class.

Study with U of U authors finds overweight men see less robust sperm with age

Overweight older men experience more negative age-related changes to their sperm cells than those who maintain a healthy weight, a study published Monday found.

Researchers uncover how parent’s genes shape behavior, parental controls

A new study by scientists at the University of Utah explains how mom and dad’s genes shape behaviour.

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