Accidental suffocation is a leading cause of injury deaths in U.S. infants and common scenarios involve blankets, bed-sharing with parents and other unsafe sleep practices, an analysis of government data found.
The first medical device to treat childhood attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, or ADHD, was OK'd Friday by the US Food and Drug Administration. Designated for children ages 7 to 12 who are not currently on medication for the disorder, the device delivers a low-level electrical pulse to the parts of the brain responsible for ADHD symptoms.
Most people know too much added sugar isn’t very good for us, but manufacturers are getting smart and sneaking it into everything. One Utah family is making a habit of reading labels and decreasing their sugar intake.
Imagine, A Center for Coping with Loss, is a place where children learn how to deal with their grief with others who have lost a parent, brother or sister. Mary Robinson founded the nonprofit in 2011 to create what she didn't have after her father died from cancer when she was 14.
What would it take to raise Utah teacher salaries to a living wage? This week, Envision Utah will convene 21 education stakeholders to consider that question and others, which its CEO hopes will "lead to some real guidance on what ought to happen."
Qualifying Utah public schools that on average pay teachers below the state weighted average of $57,237 per year will be able to spend up to 40 percent of the new Teacher and Student Success Act funding to increase educator salaries.