Physicians still recommend getting the flu shot if you haven’t already.
Orthopedic surgeon Jeff Harrison is the U.S. Women’s Alpine Ski Team’s lead team physician, while physical therapist Doug Flint is the team physiotherapist for Sweden and Norway’s moguls teams.
Landon James Sparks, 28, died of an opiate overdose on Aug. 15, 2017, leaving behind his wife, 1-year-old daughter and gregarious extended family.
After surprising opposition and a failed attempt to add language regarding modesty, a bill to further normalize breastfeeding in public barely squeaked out of a male-dominated legislative committee Thursday on a 6-5 vote.
A federal provision allows states to set up prescription drug imports. Bringing medicines from Canada has some worried about safety — but could be a new avenue for those desperate for lower-cost alternatives.
During a recent committee hearing on Utah’s Capitol Hill, the House sponsor of two medical cannabis bills described their limited scope as a “very small toe in the water.”
House Bill 41, now called Hannah’s Bill, aims to strengthen mental health crisis lines so that anyone phoning in at any time will reach a professional who can help.
Roughly 60 percent of the 26,000-plus patients treated at Midtown Community Health Center’s various locations have no insurance, making service delivery more difficult, if not entirely out of reach. But Medicaid expansion would go along way toward solving that problem.
A Republican state senator from Vernal is sponsoring a resolution that could reveal many more deaths linked to prescription opioid use than previously recognized.