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Every day, middle school students suffer from hyperactivity due to excessive amounts of drinking energy drinks, according to a new study from Yale.
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Primary Children’s Hospital inundated with respiratory viruses

Heather Simonsen  |  posted Mar 1st - 8:15am
Respiratory viruses are spreading like wildfire in Utah children, according to doctors at Primary Children's Hospital. Last week alone, Intermountain Healthcare treated 595 cases of respiratory viruses in kids.
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Congress looks at replacing No Child Left Behind; Local educators hopeful

Mary Richards  |  posted Feb 28th - 1:46pm
National lawmakers are considering a re-write of a major education law. It would replace No Child Left Behind, which has had critics in Utah.
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Leaders, community rally in response to youth suicide concerns

McKenzie Romero  |  posted Feb 27th - 10:23pm
With concerned eyes and taking extensive notes, leaders from the Lone Peak community met with questions about preventing and responding to youth suicide among teenagers and children.
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Utah's rare disease community raises awareness for a program at U.

Sandra Olney  |  posted Feb 27th - 7:19pm
Utah's rare and undiagnosed disease community is unique. Its members are families fighting diseases often impossible to diagnose. Now they have come together to promote a program for those with rare diseases at the University of Utah.
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Toys that interact with children listen for data

NBC News  |  posted Feb 27th - 6:48pm
A new group of toys, including a Barbie toy, will listen to your children in order to interact with them, however the interaction happens because of the data that the toys will store.
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Have You Seen This? Grieving mom receives emotional gift

John Clyde, KSL.com Contributor  |  posted Feb 27th - 1:15pm
A grieving mom got the surprise of a lifetime and her reaction is powerful and beautiful.
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State School Board to keep SAGE testing despite demands to cancel

Morgan Jacobsen  |  posted Feb 27th - 10:13am
The State School Board will not cancel SAGE tests this year despite demands from lawmakers to repeal the computer-adaptive assessment because of the burden placed on teachers and its controversial use in school accountability.
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Utah lawmakers focus on bills aiming to improve education and schools, among others

KSL.com  |  posted Feb 26th - 8:44pm
Utah lawmakers set their sights on education this week, considering bills that would impact low-performing schools, the amount of testing required of students, technology improvements and educational funding for families living in poverty.
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Infertility: Navigating your 'disenfranchised' grief

Whitney Barrell, KSL.com Contributor  |  posted Feb 26th - 7:51pm
When couples acknowledge that they are experiencing a crisis in their relationship, or a disconnect in how they envisioned their life together, they can begin to understand their feelings and cope with them in healthy ways.
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Community saves autistic boy’s birthday party after no friends show

Jessica Ivins  |  posted Feb 26th - 10:02am
When none of her son's classmates showed up to his birthday party, a Florida mother took to social media to express her despair. Within hours, her community rallied to make her little boy's day nothing short of magical.
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USU offers grief hotline for pet owners

Mike Anderson  |  posted Feb 26th - 6:47am
Veterinary science students at Utah State University are now answering the calls of grieving pet owners who need someone to talk to.
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