Scientists are unable to make precise guesses of how long it will take for Voyager 1 to move out of the solar system as they found that the magnetic field has increased.
Researchers were able to study 85 donated brains, 33 of those brains belonged to former NFL players and 21 were from veterans who were also athletes.
Gas prices have soared this year, making 2012 the most expensive year ever for gas nationally, according to a press release by Gasbuddy.
Two trends have raised recent concerns for breast cancer specialists. One is that there’s a decline in women over 74 receiving mammograms. The other concern is that women who have breast cancer are receiving unnecessary prophylactic mastectomies.
Ever had the stomach-dropping realization that an email you meant to send to only a few people was actually delivered to every single person in your company? You’re not alone.
Before the federal health care law spends $11 billion to expand facilities in 2014, Kaiser Health News analyzed data from 1,200 community health care centers on 11 quality measures. Utah’s centers fell below the national average on several counts.
Recent analysis of U.S. suicide rates quadrupling in recent years have appeared in news outlets across the nation, just as announced that Idaho will be returning its suicide hotline.
Those that aren’t religious are more likely to donate one-third less time and money than those that are religious, according to Rachel Sheffield, from The Heritage Foundation.
Friends and family are not the only victims of pocket-dialing. Increasingly, 911 centers are receiving unintentional calls, too. Last year, 100 million illegitimate calls to 911 were made across the nation, according to The Daily.
When teens pull out their cell phone it might be to read an e-book instead of a text. According to the Pew Research Center’s Internet & American Life Project, 41 percent of those under 30 years old are reading e-books on their cell phone.
For Utah, there were 116 pedestrian-vehicle deaths from 2008-10. As for teens (ages 13 to 19), there was one death, and in 2011 it increased to five auto-pedestrian deaths.
Members of the American Academy of Pediatrics wrote a new policy statement released yesterday, saying that cheerleading should be recognized as an official sport.
Though tonight’s debate has already been determined to focus on foreign policy, newsgroups -- Time and CNN, have differing views on what’s important to watch for.
Scientists have learned that if a child grows up in poverty or is the victim of abuse, his brain will experience permanent negative effects. These findings were presented at this week’s Neuroscience 2012, the meeting of the Society for Neuroscience.
For most teens, having keys in hand and an old beat up car means freedom. However, more car crashes are related to teen drivers than any other driver. And teen car crashes increase as peers are passengers.
Utah health care providers never received the recalled-medication from New England Compounding Center, in Framingham, Mass., other medication was received.
With McDonald’s now posting calories on its menu at restaurants nationwide — and with other restaurants and soda makers poised to follow suit — local nutritionists wonder how much the move will help in the fight against obesity in the United States.
Divorce and family structure can have a substantial effect on a child, according to recent research and a general conference talk by Elder Dallin H. Oaks.
Recent studies have drawn attention to the ways boys are losing ground in many areas of life. Elder D. Todd Christofferson spoke about this trend in Saturday’s Priesthood session of the 182nd Semiannual General Conference of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
First Lady, Michelle Obama, shares the support that her family gives each other as they make sure that family comes first.
People want to know if certain food creates risks for health problems such as cancer. Rice, which can also be found in cereal, children’s snacks, baby food, rice pasta and other foods, has been linked to high levels of arsenic.
The best way to govern a society as complex as ours with so many religious differences is through secularism, said Jacques Berlinerblau’s in his book “How to Be Secular: A Call to Arms for Religious Freedom.”
Of the 61 percent of Americans who have life insurance, 36 percent don’t completely understand what their policy entails, according to
In order to get a job, graduates need to look for a way to beat their competition.
Low-wage jobs have grown 2.7 times faster than any other occupations since recovering from the Great Recession, according to a study conducted by National Employment Law Project.
College tuition has continued to rise at unruly costs and parents are realizing their savings plans are coming up too short.
Many counties in Utah are suffering from an inventory shortage. June 2009 the state of Utah had 9,577 more homes for sale than this year.
Despite the economy, 67 percent of the employees surveyed will stay in a job if it allows them to focus on family and other needs outside of work, according to American Psychological Association.
The success of the company is about the value but knowing the worth of the company can be hard to determine.