University Of Utah Health Care | Posted Jul 7th - 2:00pm
A vacation is supposed to be a stress-free oasis from the daily grind, a chance to kick up your feet on the beach or explore a new part of the world while your email shoots out auto-responses back home.
University Of Utah Health Care | Posted May 26th - 3:12pm
Spine surgery has come a long way, but it is still a major surgery and an option that doctors recommend only after all other non-surgical options have been explored. On the latest "Ask An Expert" video Dr. Andrew Dailey walks you through when it is necessary to have spine surgery and why you should explore all non-surgical options first.
Natalie Dicou for University Of Utah Health Care | Posted May 19th - 2:00pm
Crumpled on the floor of his Tooele bathroom, Larry screamed for help. At least, he thought he was screaming. In truth, no words came out. The 58-year-old was having a stroke, and the clock was his worst enemy. How quickly he could get help would play a huge role in determining whether Larry would ever regain his pre-stroke level of independence.
Natalie Dicou for University Of Utah Health Care | Posted May 5th - 2:00pm
It doesn't exactly sound like a ringing endorsement for Jeff Warren's favorite sport:
"Cycling is a lot like cancer," said Warren, who was diagnosed with stage IV head and neck cancer the day after Christmas in 2000 and given a 25% chance to live five years. "It's all about how much pain you can endure, how much suffering you are willing to put yourself through."
Dr. Jim Hotaling for University Of Utah Health Care | Posted Apr 21st - 2:00pm
How serious is a kick to the groin? Most men will experience a groin injury at some point in their life. But how concerned should they be about the long term effects. In this "Ask An Expert" video Dr. Jim Hotaling look at the effects beyond the immediate pain.
Natalie Dicou for University Of Utah Health Care | Posted Apr 14th - 2:04pm
Lindsey was pregnant for just 24 weeks and four days when she gave birth to tiny one-pound, 10-ounce Ira about 15 weeks ahead of schedule in April 2014. After a year in the hospital, Ira is finally nearly ready to go home.