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April 17th, 2014
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Archive: News / Page Two / Family (4 Stories)

Teens healing from concussions should be given less homework, study says

01/08/2014 4:26pm
A recent study suggests going easy on teens who have incurred a concussion, at least as far as homework goes.

Wednesday's Child: Zane

01/08/2014 5:59pm
Some foster children in Utah enter the system when life with a biological parent becomes unsafe. That was the case with 15-year-old Zane.

Conservative political activists gather to 'defend traditional marriage'

01/08/2014 6:48pm
Belinda Jensen can't stay on the sidelines any longer. The Pleasant Grove mother of six said she's past the point of concern about what's going on in Utah, particularly when it comes to marriage.

Celiac disease: Get a diagnosis

01/08/2014 9:14pm
Celiac disease is an inherited, autoimmune disease in which the lining of the small intestine is damaged by eating gluten and other proteins found in many grains. Left untreated, the condition can lead to myriad serious health problems.
 
   
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