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News Clips | October 11, 2022

Some Americans were less than truthful about COVID, precautions

Four in 10 Americans survey responses told researchers they were less than truthful about their COVID-19 status during the height of the pandemic.

A study says skyrocketing housing costs put the squeeze on Utah renters

A recent University of Utah study found that rental prices in the state's major cities increased faster in the past two years than they did over the entire prior decade.

Evan McMullin, Sen. Mike Lee locked in nasty battle for Senate. What does the latest poll show?

Utahns like Evan McMullin a little more than Sen. Mike Lee, but the independent challenger has a lot of voters who don’t seem to know him and he still slightly trails the Republican incumbent in the heated U.S. Senate race.

Multi-institutional project awarded $31M to study promising heart failure therapy

The study will assess a new method for pacing the heart that could potentially improve health outcomes for patients diagnosed with heart failure and conduction system disease.

Panel explores legalizing psychotherapeutics in Utah

According to the panel, right now much of the research involves participants taking a psychedelic like MDMA, LSD or psilocybin during therapy.

First-of-Its-Kind Study Sheds Light on How Health Systems Can Enhance Care and Reduce Overuse of Antibiotics

The study, led by Intermountain researchers in collaboration with scientists from Pew Charitable Trusts and the University of Utah, surveyed 20 different healthcare systems, including Kaiser Permanente, the Mayo Clinic, and the Veterans Health Administration.

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