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Health

By Christopher Ingram | The Washington Post 12h ago

Idaho, Utah passengers had possible hepatitis A exposure

By The Associated Press 3d ago

'The hidden epidemic’: Report finds more Utahns are crossing the line between overweight and obesity

Courtney Tanner By Courtney Tanner 4d ago

'You can’t have a crisis center where no one answers the phone’: Utah’s suicide hotline sees an increase in calls but not funding

Courtney Tanner By Courtney Tanner 5d ago

Tracking your pregnancy on an app may be more public than you think

By Drew Harwell | The Washington Post April 10

Smoking pot vs. tobacco: What science says about lighting up

By Jennifer Peltz | The Associated Press April 7

Bad diets kill more people around the world than smoking, study says

By Lindsey Bever | The Washington Post April 5

Health care advocates say Utah’s limited Medicaid plan, now open for enrollment, leaves tens of thousands without coverage

Benjamin Wood By Benjamin Wood April 1

Study says Utah is the second-least stressed state in America

Scott D. Pierce By Scott D. Pierce April 1

Gehrke: If AG Sean Reyes’ job is to defend Utah’s laws, then he should drop the attacks on Obamacare

Robert Gehrke By Robert Gehrke April 1

‘Brothers for life’: Two men who were once strangers now bonded by kidney donation

Francisco Kjolseth By Francisco Kjolseth March 29

Of mice and Mozart: University of Utah researchers find a link between music and pain relief

Sean P. Means By Sean P. Means March 28

Purdue Pharma, state of Oklahoma reach settlement in landmark opioid lawsuit

By Lenny Bernstein and Katie Zezima | The Washington Post March 26

How a Utah coach responded after two boys on his lacrosse team died by suicide

Courtney Tanner By Courtney Tanner March 24

God, country and chickenpox: How an outbreak entangled one school in a vaccine showdown

By Katie Mettler | The Washington Post March 20

Purdue Pharma CEO says bankruptcy is ‘an option’ as company faces opioid lawsuits

By Katie Zezima | The Washington Post March 13

Utah is testing the Trump administration’s dreams of limiting Medicaid spending

By Paige Winfield Cunningham | The Washington Post March 13

Utah is 29th among U.S. states in quality of life for women, study finds, but still at the bottom in equality issues

Sean P. Means By Sean P. Means March 13

Tell The Tribune: Have you rationed or stopped taking a prescription drug due to cost?

By The Salt Lake Tribune March 8

Long overlooked by science, pregnancy is finally getting attention it deserves

By Carolyn Y. Johnson | The Washington Post March 7

A decade after the first person was cured of HIV, a second patient is in long-term remission

By Carolyn Y. Johnson | The Washington Post March 5

OxyContin maker Purdue Pharma says a lawsuit distorts facts, scapegoats company

By Bob Salsberg | The Associated Press March 4

Utah has the nation’s 5th highest rate of suicide. At a Tuesday panel, University of Utah professors will discuss how to get help.

Courtney Tanner By Courtney Tanner March 4

Purdue Pharma, focus of Utah opioid lawsuits, is preparing for possible bankruptcy

By Drew Armstrong | Bloomberg March 4

‘Miraculous’ stem cell therapy has sickened people in five states

By William Wan and Laurie McGinley | The Washington Post February 28