Shelter the Homeless has launched a multimedia campaign to raise funding for new homeless resource centers. Donations will be matched by the Larry H. and Gail Miller Family Foundation up to $10 million.
A study published Monday revealed an alarming statistic: Eating a lot of unhealthy, "ultraprocessed" foods may shorten your life. Specifically, researchers found that a 10 percent increase in the consumption of ultraprocessed foods was significantly associated with a 14 percent higher risk of death from all causes.
The quick and easy noshes you love are chipping away at your mortality one nibble at a time, according to new research from France: We face a 14 percent higher risk of early death with each 10 percent increase in the amount of ultraprocessed foods we eat.
Every year, Park City brings together thousands of people from all over the world, including A-list celebrities, film aficionados, and, of course, Utah locals who are here in the crowded craziness — whether we like the crowds or not.
The Salt Lake Chamber Friday, along with UCAIR and TravelWise, launched the annual Clear the Air Challenge. The one-month effort encourages Utahns to reduce their vehicle emissions by choosing alternatives to driving by themselves.
Our digital lives make concentration difficult. Everybody has experienced working on a task, then being interrupted by the swooshing sound of the email icon popping up, only to be side-tracked by the pinging notification of a text on our smartphones, or digital watches.
Living to the ripe old age of 90 may depend on your body size — both height and weight — as well as your level of physical activity, and seems to influence a woman's lifespan more than it does a man's, according to a new study published Monday in the Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health, a BMJ journal.