Rising Popularity of Cow Cuddling Faces New Risk Amid Bird Flu Outbreak in US Dairy Herds

Rising Popularity of Cow Cuddling Faces New Risk Amid Bird Flu Outbreak in US Dairy Herds

US Farmers Nervous as Bird Flu Threatens Cow-Cuddling Sessions US Farmers Nervous as Bird Flu Threatens Cow-Cuddling Sessions Farmers Expand Agro-Tourism Practices MONEE, Illinois — Farmer Luz Klotz straightened the brightly striped hair bow on Reba, a 1,600-pound heifer lounging on the ground under twinkling fairy lights. Teenager Joey Pachl, hoping to impress his girlfriend … Read more

University of Utah Researchers Uncover Spreading Fungal Respiratory Infection in Utah Soil and Dust

University of Utah Researchers Uncover Spreading Fungal Respiratory Infection in Utah Soil and Dust

Horrific Fungal Infection from Soil and Dust Spreads in Utah: Research Horrific Fungal Infection from Soil and Dust Spreads in Utah: Research SALT LAKE CITY Researchers Uncover Alarming Spread of Deadly Fungal Infection Linked to Climate Change A shocking discovery by a team of esteemed researchers from the University of Utah has unraveled the rapid … Read more

One in Three Utah Homes Have Dangerous Levels of Radon Gas, Putting Residents at Risk for Lung Cancer

One in Three Utah Homes Have Dangerous Levels of Radon Gas, Putting Residents at Risk for Lung Cancer

Utah Homes at Risk: The Hidden Danger of Radon Gas One in Three Utah Homes Affected by Silent Killer Utah is facing a silent, invisible health threat that puts its residents at risk. Shockingly, around one in three homes in Utah have alarmingly high levels of radioactive gas, known to cause lung cancer. What’s even … Read more

CDC Issues Health Alert after Second Case of Avian Influenza Linked to Dairy Cows in the US

CDC Issues Health Alert after Second Case of Avian Influenza Linked to Dairy Cows in the US

CDC Reports Second Case of Avian Influenza in Humans CDC Reports Second Case of Avian Influenza in Humans WASHINGTON — In a recent health alert issued by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), they have confirmed a new case of avian influenza in a person who had contact with presumed infected dairy cows. … Read more

Utah Health Officials Warn of Potential Measles Outbreak as Cases Rise in 17 States

Utah Health Officials Warn of Potential Measles Outbreak as Cases Rise in 17 States

Utah Health Officials Warn of Potential Measles Outbreak Following Recent Cases in 17 States SALT LAKE CITY — As the number of reported measles cases continues to rise in the United States, Utah health officials express concerns over the potential for a measles outbreak in the state. Measles, a highly contagious respiratory disease caused by … Read more

Let’s Get to the Bottom of Colon Cancer: Intermountain Health Launches Unique Awareness Campaign with Giant Inflatable Colons

Let’s Get to the Bottom of Colon Cancer: Intermountain Health Launches Unique Awareness Campaign with Giant Inflatable Colons

Discover The Importance of Colon Cancer Screening | Highly Respectable News Discover The Importance of Colon Cancer Screening Estimated read time: 4-5 minutes Let’s Get to the Bottom of Colon Cancer: A Unique Public Awareness Campaign Intermountain Health cancer experts are doubling their efforts to raise awareness about colorectal cancer this month in a unique … Read more

Drinking Artificially Sweetened Beverages Raises Atrial Fibrillation Risk by 20%, New Study Finds

Drinking Artificially Sweetened Beverages Raises Atrial Fibrillation Risk by 20%, New Study Finds

Artificially Sweetened Beverages Increase Risk of Irregular Heartbeat, Study Finds Artificially Sweetened Beverages Increase Risk of Irregular Heartbeat, Study Finds Estimated read time: 4-5 minutes ATLANTA — A new study has found that consuming two liters or more per week of artificially sweetened beverages, equivalent to a medium-sized fast-food diet soda a day, raises the … Read more

Intermountain Cancer Center Celebrates Grand Reopening with Bell Ringing and Remodeled Facilities

Intermountain Cancer Center Celebrates Grand Reopening with Bell Ringing and Remodeled Facilities

Ogden Cancer Center Unveils Remodeled Facility, Providing Healing Environment Estimated read time: 3-4 minutes OGDEN — Gaylene Greener, a cancer survivor for 9 1/2 years, commemorated the grand reopening of Ogden’s McKay-Dee Hospital’s remodeled cancer center while sharing her inspiring journey of hope and healing. The cancer center’s transformation, funded by generous contributions from the … Read more

U.S. Health Officials Recommend Another COVID-19 Shot for Older Adults, Despite Fall Booster

U.S. Health Officials Recommend Another COVID-19 Shot for Older Adults, Despite Fall Booster

COVID-19: U.S. Health Officials Recommend Another Shot for Older Adults COVID-19: U.S. Health Officials Recommend Another Shot for Older Adults Enhancing Protection for the Most Vulnerable By [Your Name] Published on [Publication Date] Estimated read time: 3-4 minutes NEW YORK — The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) issued a new recommendation on Wednesday, … Read more

Fighting for Life: A Family’s Journey with their Sick Infant on his First Birthday

Fighting for Life: A Family’s Journey with their Sick Infant on his First Birthday

Utah Infant Battles Bacterial Meningitis Parents Fighting for Young Maverick’s Life Estimated read time: 5-6 minutes RIVERTON — In a heartbreaking fight for survival, Maverick Carpenter, a Utah infant born with Soto syndrome, a rare genetic condition causing a weakened immune system, has been battling bacterial meningitis. Maverick’s parents, Cody and Ashley Carpenter, continue to … Read more