From St. Mark's Hospital workers pretending their west towers had just collapsed to state officials evacuating the Capitol, Nearly 1 million Utahns participated in the state's largest earthquake drill Thursday.
For many pet owners, driving around with your fury friends in the back seat is perfectly normal. But even if your pet is restrained in a harness or crate, it — and other people the vehicle — could be at risk of serious injury.
Millions of people are addicted to painkillers, and many lose their lives because of it. But a new implant is before the FDA that would treat addiction. Doctors say it would be a game changer for addicts.
Several of the most popular Internet-connected baby monitors lack basic security features, making them vulnerable to even the most basic hacking attempts, according to a new report from a cybersecurity firm.
The arrest of Mark Nigh, a co-owner of an in-home day care accused of sexually abusing at least three young girls under the age of 3, has raised many concerns among parents. How do we keep our children safe? One answer, a local expert says, might be found in a coloring book.
Your great-great-grandmother might have called for a wet nurse. In today's e-commerce world, if you're having trouble breast-feeding, you can easily buy breast milk online and feed your baby yourself. But some experts say the risks to your infant's health and safety are significant.