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Stories by Luke Ramseth

Public hearings set for Utah’s Medicaid expansion proposal

Luke Ramseth By Luke Ramseth May 10, 2018

Poll: Number of uninsured Utahns rose last year, after years of steady declines

Luke Ramseth By Luke Ramseth May 10, 2018

A Utah hospital network is asking customers of DNA ancestry sites to donate their genetic profiles to help build a research database

Luke Ramseth By Luke Ramseth May 1, 2018

University of Utah launches $740,000 study on how marijuana interacts with the human brain — and why it affects some people differently

Luke Ramseth By Luke Ramseth April 26, 2018

More Utahns are facing high-deductible health insurance plans as premium costs continue to climb, a new report finds

Luke Ramseth By Luke Ramseth April 24, 2018

Did Provo miss warning signs before hiring its now-ousted police chief John King? Emails and documents shed new light on what officials knew.

Luke Ramseth By Luke Ramseth , pamela manson April 20, 2018

Five women accusing an ex-Provo police chief of sexual misconduct gave claims that are ‘inconsistent with what actually occurred,’ the city says

Luke Ramseth By Luke Ramseth , nate carlisle April 19, 2018

Salt Lake County warns of possible hepatitis A exposure at Edible Arrangements store over the past month

Luke Ramseth By Luke Ramseth April 18, 2018

‘We’re dying’: Feds hear from Utahns fighting on the frontline of the state’s rural opioids crisis

Luke Ramseth By Luke Ramseth April 11, 2018

The Mormon church signals opposition to a Utah medical marijuana ballot initiative, an item most voters have supported

Luke Ramseth By Luke Ramseth April 10, 2018

1 in 6 Utah women has suffered sexual violence, a new survey finds. And those in the LGBTQ community face such attacks at higher rates than other groups.

Luke Ramseth By Luke Ramseth April 10, 2018

Why does Utah have a high suicide rate? A researcher is starting a years-long search for answers.

Luke Ramseth By Luke Ramseth April 8, 2018

‘We’re racking our brains’: A series of teen suicides has left the Herriman High School community searching for answers

Lillian Reed By Lillian Reed , luke ramseth April 4, 2018

Utah reports two deaths in hepatitis A outbreak, as health officials hope the disease’s spread has peaked

Luke Ramseth By Luke Ramseth April 3, 2018

Addiction, poor health, missed work: New survey reveals a heavy toll as domestic violence affects 1 in 5 Utah women

Luke Ramseth By Luke Ramseth April 2, 2018

Utah governor signs Medicaid expansion bill. Now, Utah waits to see if the feds will approve it.

Luke Ramseth By Luke Ramseth March 27, 2018

Biochemistry pioneer visits Utah to explain CRISPR, the gene-editing technology set to change the world

Luke Ramseth By Luke Ramseth March 24, 2018

Rep. John Curtis says he ‘never attempted to protect’ a former Provo police chief accused of sexual misconduct, as lawsuit alleges

Luke Ramseth By Luke Ramseth March 21, 2018

New lawsuit describes now-Rep. John Curtis, other Provo officials as ignoring complaints of police chief’s sexual misconduct

Jessica Miller By Jessica Miller , luke ramseth March 20, 2018

New laws to give Utah women easier and less expensive access to birth-control pills and IUDs

Luke Ramseth By Luke Ramseth March 19, 2018

Utah pharmacies gave out thousands of opioid-combating naloxone doses without prescriptions last year. Health officials say it’s saving lives.

Luke Ramseth By Luke Ramseth March 14, 2018

‘This is a matter of rural prosperity’: USDA plans Utah discussion on opioid epidemic in small communities

Luke Ramseth By Luke Ramseth March 13, 2018

Lawmakers partly expanded Utah Medicaid, took small steps to address suicide, opioid addiction and marijuana issues

Luke Ramseth By Luke Ramseth March 9, 2018

Medicaid expansion in Utah up for debate on the Legislature’s final day, even as feds signal they might not approve all the state wants

Luke Ramseth By Luke Ramseth March 8, 2018