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News Clips | November 6-8, 2021

The Great Salt Lake Is Desolate. It’s Also Divine.

The grandeur of the Great Salt Lake stopped Brigham Young in his tracks and inspired John Muir to jump in for a swim.

STEM workers abandon coasts for the Silicon Slopes

Buoyed by strong economic and cultural health, Utah has grown precipitously in recent years.

Five things you need to know about the Utah Legislature’s redistricting maps

The only public hearing for the proposals is Monday afternoon.

Drugmaker drops cheaper version of drug, leaving patients stuck with pricier one

Sudeep Taksali thought his battle to avoid a medication's steep price tag was over. He was wrong.

Will this Hail Mary save the Utah Theater?

Salt Lake City’s Historic Landmark Commission backs push to put the playhouse on the National Register of Historic Places, but even that may not stop demolition.

Therapeutics that target ceramides may help treat cardiometabolic disease

Therapeutics that target lipids called ceramides might hold potential for treating cardiometabolic disease, argues a review article published November 5th in the journal Trends in Pharmacological Sciences.

NIH to study long-term COVID-19 impact on pregnant women, children

The National Institutes of Health (NIH) announced this week that it will study the long-term impact of COVID-19 on pregnant women.

J. Willard Marriott Library hosts special exhibit for Native American Heritage Month

The J. Willard Marriott Library at the University of Utah opened a new exhibit created by the Indigenous Student Association and Allies in celebration of Native American Heritage Month.

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