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12 apps that are actually helpful for senior citizens

Carrie Rogers-whitehead, KSL.com Contributor  |  Posted Jun 24th - 5:10pm

As more senior citizens adopt smartphones, app developers have worked to meet the unique needs and challenges of this demographic. Here are 12 apps that might actually be useful for the more elderly among us.

Coach Kim: Handling conflict more creatively

Kim Giles, KSL.com Contributor  |  Posted Jun 24th - 7:00am

In this edition of LIFEadvice, Coach Kim shares some more creative ways to stop the nasty fighting in your relationship.

Secret gardens and co-ed styles hit Paris men's collections

Thomas Adamson, Associated Press  |  Posted Jun 23rd - 4:50pm

A frothing cherub fountain constructed of striped fabric drew the eyes and camera lenses of VIP guests at Thom Browne's fantastical Paris Fashion Week show on Saturday. Here are highlights from Browne and other designers for spring-summer 2020 menswear, including the many houses showing co-ed collections.

Camping meals 101: What to eat when you’re sleeping outside

Rose Mattson, KSL.com Contributor  |  Posted Jun 21st - 11:00am

Need some ideas of what to eat when camping, besides hamburgers and hotdogs? We've got you covered.

Utah business owner adds a rare Viper to his collection

Jeff Giles, KSL.com Contributor  |  Posted Jun 20th - 11:03am

Kyle Nelson not only has a Dodge Viper, but his Viper happens to be one of the last ones ever produced by Dodge. This rare example is one of the most expensive Vipers ever to be assembled and sold in the world.

Heart disease can have long-term impact on the brain, study says

Michael Nedelman, CNN  |  Posted Jun 19th - 8:38pm

Patients who receive a diagnosis of coronary heart disease are at higher risk for cognitive decline later on, a new study shows.

You could be swallowing a credit card's weight in plastic every week

Isabelle Gerretsen, CNN  |  Posted Jun 18th - 7:20am

Globally, we are ingesting an average of 5 grams of plastic every week, the equivalent of a credit card, a new study suggests.

Coach Kim: Trusting your 'inner GPS' to make the choices right for you

Kim Giles, KSL.com Contributor  |  Posted Jun 17th - 7:01am

In this edition of LIFEadvice, Coach Kim shares the secret to getting direction from your intuition to make the right choices for you in any situation.

What's so bad about processed foods? Scientists offer clues

Candice Choi, Associated Press  |  Posted Jun 14th - 8:38pm

Chips, soda and frozen pizzas tend to be full of salt, sugar and fat, but now scientists are trying to understand if there's something else about such processed foods that might be bad for us.

Coach Kim: Processing past emotions using 'time travel'

Kim Giles, KSL.com Contributor  |  Posted Jun 10th - 7:01am

In this edition of LIFEadvice, Coach Kim shares tools and skills to help change how you feel about past events in your life so you can move forward.

Loaning your credit card to family, friends comes with big consequences

Sloan Schrage, KSL TV  |  Posted Jun 7th - 8:36pm

Ever loaned your credit card to a friend or relative? Or bought something using someone else’s card?

Schools reckon with social stress: 'I'm on my phone so much'

Carolyn Thompson, Associated Press  |  Posted Jun 7th - 9:04am

High school biology teacher Kelly Chavis knew smartphones were a distraction in her class. But not even her students realized the psychological toll of their devices until an in-class experiment that, of course, was then spreading on social media.

10 nutrition myths to stop believing

Brittany Poulson, KSL.com Contributor  |  Posted Jun 6th - 8:38pm

With all the health and nutrition information on the internet, it's hard to know what to believe. Is coconut oil good for you, and should you be eating whole eggs? We're setting the record straight on 10 nutrition myths you need to stop believing.

Stay-at-home Lehi dad makes healthy snacking easy for his active family

Aley Davis, KSL TV  |  Posted Jun 6th - 6:47pm

It's easy for growing kids to sneak into the pantry for a quick snack, but one Utah dad is prepared to make sure those choices are healthy.

Forgiveness and your health: What science says about the benefits

Jacqueline Howard, CNN  |  Posted Jun 5th - 8:39am

A father forgives the man involved in his son's death. A mother forgives her daughter's killers. One family offers forgiveness to the man who shot their dad.

Unaffordable Utah: Can you afford summer travel?

Ladd Egan, KSL TV  |  Posted Jun 5th - 7:40am

Thinking of skipping the “vacation” part of “summer vacation” this year? If so, you’re not alone.

Coach Kim: Choosing the right response to a problem

Kim Giles, KSL.com Contributor  |  Posted Jun 3rd - 7:01am

In this edition of LIFEadvice, Coach Kim shares a simple process to think through when responding to a problem.

Is vegan diet healthy for kids? Belgian doctors say no

Susan Scutti, CNN  |  Posted May 30th - 8:38pm

Belgium's Royal Academy of Medicine recommended last week that children, teens, pregnant women and nursing mothers do not follow a vegan diet.

Energy drinks may have unintended health risks

Jacqueline Howard, CNN  |  Posted May 30th - 8:38am

Energy drinks may promise a boost, but experts are increasingly concerned that their cocktails of ingredients could have unintended health risks.

How to raise kids who can properly feed themselves, respect their bodies

Emily Fonnesbeck, KSL.com Contributor  |  Posted May 29th - 8:43pm

At the heart of feeding concerns is a misunderstanding, or lack of belief, that kids can effectively self-moderate their food choices. Children will naturally create nutritionally adequate food patterns as long as they aren't pressured into it.