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News Clips | September 6-15, 2023

The city looks different when you're older

Cracked sidewalks, fast cars, nowhere to sit—it’s hard to navigate the streets when you’re older. But it doesn’t have to be.

Americans give nursing homes a D+ grade for quality of care, new poll shows

7 in 10 adults say they would be uncomfortable being admitted to a nursing home, and women cited personal safety as a major concern.

Here’s the longlist for the 2023 National Book Award for Poetry.

Today, the National Book Foundation announced the longlist for the 2023 National Book Award for Poetry. The ten titles on the longlist were selected from a pool of 295 books submitted for consideration by their publishers.

Personal loans for bad credit

Do you have any advice for someone with bad credit who’s in the market for a personal loan? Why don’t more major banks offer personal loans to people with bad credit?

Substance use is leading cause of Utah pregnancy-related deaths: research

The United States maternal mortality rate is higher than you might expect, and in Utah, researchers say the leading cause of pregnancy-related deaths is not related to pregnancy at all.

How U of Utah Health is tackling an influx in MyChart messages

Salt Lake City-based University of Utah Health saw MyChart messages increase 10 percent faster than the volume of patient visits, which prompted the health system to enact changes to cut down on the incoming volume.

Photo exhibit offers reminder of Utah's historic march for immigration reform

The largest march in Utah's history wasn't during the anti-war movement in the '60s or a protest against the Iraq War in the 2000s—it was tens of thousands of Utahns marching for comprehensive immigration reform in April 2006, led by the state's Latino community.

Utah’s hope for oil shale as a viable energy source is dealt another blow

An Estonian firm withdraws its energy leases in eastern Utah, and environmentalists cheer.

Covid-19, flu, RSV: Here are the vaccine recommendations for fall—and the best time to get them

Winter is coming, and with it updated versions of the vaccines we’ll need to bolster up our immune systems against illness.

Utah housing markets are the least affordable in state history

Pandemic produces unprecedented swings on prices, rents and new construction, says new report.

Utah consumer sentiment sees first significant decline since February

For the first time since February, Utah's consumer sentiment fell significantly in August. According to the University of Utah Kem C. Gardner Policy Institute, consumer sentiment in the Beehive State fell 7.5% in August, going from 77.3 in July to 71.5.

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