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News Clips | May 4, 2022

Drug Use by State: 2022’s Problem Areas

For a better understanding of America’s relationship with drugs and advice on what people can do if they think a friend or family member has a problem, we asked the following questions to a panel of drug-addiction experts.

4 Utah universities to commemorate 'Class of 2022' this week

Four of Utah's largest universities will send their Class of 2022 into the world this week, with the first commencement ceremony taking place Thursday morning.

How Utah’s trigger law will reshape abortion access if Roe v. Wade is overturned

A leaked U.S. Supreme Court draft opinion obtained by Politico would seem to indicate the court is poised to strike down the landmark abortion rights case Roe v. Wade.

Utah women will have to go out of state for abortion services if decision is overturned

If the U. S. Supreme Court restricts abortion rights by overturning Roe vs. Wade and puts the matter of abortion back into the hands of state legislatures, many women in Utah and over 20 other states, will have to cross state lines to seek an abortion as new, more restrictive state laws will take effect.


Roy Orbitron—aka Conor Meara—completes a long-gestating album during a time of transition.

Elon Musk said he wants to make Twitter a platform for free speech. Here’s why that might be harder than you think

Is ‘free speech absolutism’ compatible with one of the world’s largest social platforms?

Employees at 2nd Utah Starbucks announce plans to unionize

As Kat Howard watched several Starbucks stores in Buffalo, New York, unionize and become the first workers in the giant coffee chain to do so, it seemed like a distant possibility for any Utah Starbucks store.

Strengthening Families: It’s OK to Ask for Parenting Help

Parenting is hard – and Primary Children's Hospital in Utah wants everyone to know it's OK to ask for help.

How fast could COVID-19 shots be available for infants, toddlers? See what an FDA official is now saying

COVID-19 vaccines for infants and toddlers are now scheduled to be considered by the Food and Drug Administration in June, and a top official of the federal agency pledged at least some shots should be available later that month.

New Machine-Learning Models Can Predict 6-Month Cancer Mortality

A new study shows that machine-learning models can predict six-month mortality for cancer patients, which has the potential to aid clinicians with prognosis.

Draft leak a ‘shocking change’ for typically airtight Supreme Court

Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr. insisted the work of the court will not be affected, but senators and former clerks aren't so sure.

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