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New Intermountain Healthcare CEO talks about how he stays healthy

Erin Goff  |  Posted   May 18th - 6:27pm

Dr. Marc Harrison, CEO and president of Intermountain Healthcare, is a cancer survivor. He talked to KSL about the importance of living the healthiest life possible.

Gardening is good for mental health

Erin Goff  |  Posted   May 11th - 6:27pm

Does this warmer weather have you itching to get outside? One mental health expert at Utah Valley Hospital suggests getting outside may make you feel more alive and finally shake off the winter blues.

Vietnamese Pork Noodle Salad from Chef Smith of Intermountain Medical Center

May 11th - 12:33pm

Executive Chef Bron Smith from Intermountain Medical Center shares his Vietnamese Pork Noodle Salad recipe for Your Life Your Health.

Creamy Poblano Tacos

May 8th - 3:53pm

Many Americans think of Mexican food as greasy, salty, and generally unhealthy. These misconceptions are not representative of traditional Mexican cuisine, which is heavily plant-forward, with whole grains and legumes often supplying protein.

How healthy is Utah County? Health dept. goes door to door to find out

Erin Goff  |  Posted   May 5th - 6:27pm

Utah County Department of Health workers go door-to-door to conduct in-person surveys about the health of residents.

Midvale man gets new kidney from sister-in-law

Erin Goff  |  Posted   Apr 27th - 5:45pm

Organ donation saves lives and changes lives.

Surgeons turn to 3-D printing to treat a Provo baby, a Salt Lake grandmother and a St. George man

Heather Simonsen  |  Posted   Apr 21st - 8:02pm

It may look like a toy, but doctors say 3-D printing is the future of medicine. The technology is giving surgeons insights into complex cases before they go inside the operating room.

Apps for diabetic teens

Erin Goff  |  Posted   Apr 21st - 7:00pm

Technology helps teens manage their diabetes.

Bygone Navy technology used for healing wounds

Erin Goff  |  Posted   Apr 21st - 7:00pm

Chronic conditions, like diabetic ulcers and wounds that just won't heal often keep many from being active, but doctors are relying on some old Navy technology to change that. Hyperbaric chambers are restoring life and health to many people.

Blogger turns to oxygen therapy to heal old wound

Erin Goff  |  Posted   Apr 21st - 7:00pm

Blogger/Author Jill Nystul is normally talking about things that make life a little easier, a little better, and a little happier. She recently sat down with KSL TV to talk about how about how she's healing an old wound.

Unique treadmills to make you stronger, faster, healthier

Erin Goff  |  Posted   Apr 21st - 7:00pm

Unique treadmills to make you stronger, faster, healthier.

Intermountain Healthcare building a new $55M training center

Erin Goff  |  Posted   Apr 21st - 7:00pm

Real estate developer and philanthropist Kem Gardner donates $20 million to start construction

Advances in hip replacement surgery has patients back on their feet within hours

Erin Goff  |  Posted   Apr 21st - 7:00pm

Advances in total hip replacement surgery has patients back on their feet and walking within hours of surgery.

Bod Pod: Body composition goes high-tech

Erin Goff  |  Posted   Apr 20th - 6:27pm

People looking to get in shape or lose a little weight are stepping off the scale and into a Bod Pod to determine their body composition.

Spring allergies starting to flare up

Sandra Olney  |  Posted   Apr 13th - 6:30pm

If Utah's weather doesn't have you sniffling and sneezing, spring allergies could soon be making you miserable. But allergists say there's no reason to suffer through the season, as there are both new and tried-and-true prescriptions for relief.

Chicken Curry with Brown Rice

Apr 10th - 3:07pm

Time to get your feet summer ready

Sandra Olney  |  Posted   Apr 6th - 6:20pm

Warmer temperatures spark plans for outdoor activities and vacations. And that means more wear and tear on your feet. But following a few simple tips from a podiatrist might keep you on your toes this summer.