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A new procedure is available to help infants of a heart defect that affects hundreds of children yearly. But because the Food and Drug Administration doesn't recognize the procedure, few families know about its usefulness and health benefits.
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Prison inmates grateful for new therapy dog training program

Shara Park  |  posted Apr 14th - 6:42pm
Therapy dogs are being trained at the Utah State Prison, thanks to a new program that many call a "three-fold rescue." It's a cost-cutting program, helping both the inmates who train the dogs and the military veterans who will receive them.
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Baby masters flying, ninja skills and more thanks to dad's Photoshop art

Tracie Snowder  |  posted Apr 14th - 12:48pm
Hanging off a shelf, flying behind a plane, chopping fruit with a samurai sword: thanks to a talented dad and a little technology, a baby from Sweden is mastering impressive skills.
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5 moments that made someone's day

Faith Heaton Jolley  |  posted Apr 14th - 11:39am
Each Monday, we hope to share moments from our readers' lives that made their day great. Whether it is a kind note from a loved one, an act of kindness or a person with an inspiring attitude, we want to hear about it.
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Mother struggling with MS receives help from Boy Scout

Arianne Brown, Contributor  |  posted Apr 13th - 8:33pm
A Utah County mother of four has struggled with multiple sclerosis for the past 15 years, and a recent flare-up may leave her wheelchair- bound permanently. With bills, an inadequate wheelchair and no ramp access to her home, a Boy Scout is coming to the rescue.
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Community 'pays it forward' helping victims of devastating barn fire

Sandra Yi  |  posted Apr 12th - 11:08pm
A benefit dance and dinner Saturday night raised money for a Paradise couple who lost their hay barn in a fire in March. This sort of "pay it forward" event is just what small-town people do, they say.
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10-year-old boy runs charitable lemonade stand for 5th year

Kathryn May  |  posted Apr 10th - 7:04pm
A 10-year-old boy has become a popular philanthropist with a lemonade stand in Utah County.
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You make a difference and the world needs you

Angie Silva, Contributor  |  posted Apr 10th - 1:32pm
My heart breaks every time I hear news of another person who committed suicide. It hurts to hear their family members describe those individuals as being so kind and loving. I believe that's true, and the world needs those kind of people.I need them.
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Recovering from loss, local woman finds love in Iceland

Natalie Crofts  |  posted Apr 9th - 9:22pm
After losing her brother to cancer and then being involved in a serious car accident a little more than a week later, Katherine Loveless resolved to spend a year in Iceland for a change of pace.
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'I’ve never had any bad feelings,' mom says of driver who hit daughter

Natalie Crofts  |  posted Apr 8th - 10:32pm
When Lexi Hansen's family first heard of her near-fatal longboarding accident, their hearts almost immediately went out to the driver who hit her. They have since developed a close relationship.
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Provo tattoo shop raises thousands for charities

Robynn Garfield  |  posted Apr 8th - 9:34pm
A Utah County tattoo parlor has been working to raise money for various charities. Most recently it donated more than $2,000 to a young woman with Leukemia.
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Terminally ill father walks daughter down the aisle in honorary ceremony

Amanda Taylor  |  posted Apr 8th - 8:05am
An 11-year-old girl had an honorary daddy- daughter ceremony for her birthday, to ensure that her father — who has stage four pancreatic cancer — would be able to walk her down the aisle.
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