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News Clips | October 20, 2022

Adderall shortage is so bad some patients can’t fill their prescriptions

A national shortage of Adderall has left patients who rely on the pills for attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder scrambling to find alternative treatments and uncertain whether they will be able to refill their medication.

University of Utah breaks ground on $185M medical school building

Fifty years after the University of Utah opened the doors of the Spencer S. Eccles Health Sciences Library, the university on Wednesday broke ground on the Spencer Fox Eccles School of Medicine.

Record number of stalking cases reported at University of Utah

The University of Utah saw a record number of reported stalking cases in 2021 which was also the highest number for all universities in the state.

Appeals court says financial watchdog agency CFPB's structure is unconstitutional

A federal appeals court has ruled that the funding structure of the nation's most powerful financial watchdog agency, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, is unconstitutional.

Utahns doctors join team to help save lives in Gaza

On their first trip since the pandemic began, a team of doctors from Utah has been able to help babies and children in need of life-saving care in Gaza, in a way that’s positively Utah.

Opinion: The five men who are championing women in leadership

When you go to a women’s leadership conference, you don’t expect to see men — but that’s exactly what happened here.

Mindfulness training provides a natural high, study finds

New research from the University of Utah finds that a mindfulness meditation practice can produce a healthy altered state of consciousness in the treatment of individuals with addictive behaviors.

Don’t confuse Apple’s fertility tracking with birth control

There’s a gap in research around fertility, and tech companies are surging in to fill the space. But they’re not tested rigorously enough for doctors to trust.

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