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How a 25-year-old Utah man found out he had colon cancer

University Of Utah Health  |  Posted Mar 10th - 3:05pm

Colon screenings are typically conducted later in life, but even for younger people, paying careful attention to minute symptoms can be lifesaving.

Utah hospital's realistic prosthetics take fear out of facial cancer surgeries

University Of Utah Health  |  Posted Feb 20th - 8:00am

Facial surgeries for cancer removal can often leave patients without a nose or ear. An anaplastologist at the University of Utah is giving patients hope in a time of fear and uncertainty.

5 things to mention when you talk to your daughter about puberty

University Of Utah Health  |  Posted Feb 18th - 3:00pm

Pediatricians and medical professionals recommend keeping the conversation open and honest.

Apple Watch identifies Utah man's racing heartbeat that signals underlying problems

University Of Utah Health  |  Posted Jan 21st - 3:00pm

Peter’s life-changing odyssey with an abnormal heart rhythm began with a purchase: he bought an Apple Watch Series 4.

Utah trucker learns successful weight loss requires more than diet and exercise

University Of Utah Health  |  Posted Jan 8th - 8:23am

University of Utah Health experts help patients fix underlying issues contributing to obesity.

How to survive the holidays during grief and loss

University Of Utah Health  |  Posted Dec 17th - 3:00pm

It's okay to take a step back.

Immunotherapy leads the way for melanoma treatment

University Of Utah Health  |  Posted Dec 4th - 3:00pm

Immunotherapy is a breakthrough for melanoma and other cancers because it trains the immune cells to fight cancer.

Keys for overcoming teen sports concussions and other injuries

University Of Utah Health  |  Posted Nov 19th - 3:00pm

A teen volleyball player suffers a concussion and recovers, thanks to assistance from experienced medical professionals at the University of Utah Orthopedic Center.

Back pain doesn't have to be a chronic condition for you

University Of Utah Health  |  Posted Nov 5th - 4:31pm

How Utah man got incredible back pain relief.

Spooky, scary diseases to avoid this fall

University Of Utah Health  |  Posted Oct 22nd - 3:00pm

Haunted houses and spooky shows aren't the only scary things popping up this autumn season.

When IVF is a good option for Utahns with infertility

University Of Utah Health  |  Posted Oct 8th - 3:00pm

While not everyone may be a candidate for IVF, it can be a very successful way to conceive.

The differences between a dangerous and harmless heart murmur

University Of Utah Health  |  Posted Sep 24th - 8:17pm

Heart murmurs can be dangerous, especially if you don't know you have one.

The symptoms of low testosterone and how doctors treat them

University Of Utah Health  |  Posted Sep 10th - 3:00pm

Many men might not realize they have lower levels of testosterone, but several patients can attest to the life-altering improvements when they see a doctor for treatment.

How vaping can cause a form of pneumonia

University Of Utah Health  |  Posted Aug 20th - 3:00pm

Vaping is known to cause health problems, but one Utah woman is experiencing a side effect she didn't know was a risk.

Same-day surgery clinic gives Utahns quick relief

University Of Utah Health  |  Posted Aug 7th - 3:00pm

Surgeons at University of Utah Health are shortening the wait time for simple surgeries.

Should I get LASIK?

University Of Utah Health  |  Posted Jul 23rd - 3:00pm

Get the facts about LASIK from Utah’s top vision-correction surgeons.

After breast cancer diagnosis, many women consider breast reconstruction

University Of Utah Health  |  Posted Jul 9th - 3:40pm

When women are diagnosed with breast cancer, reconstructive surgery can seem overwhelming. But doctors want women to realize that there are options for every individual.

Could your dentist save your life?

University Of Utah Health  |  Posted Jun 18th - 8:00am

As the care provider who specializes in disease and abnormalities of the mouth, though, your dentist could be your first line of defense for a variety of diseases, from relatively mild irritations to more significant conditions such as oral cancer.

How to stay cool when it comes to hot flashes

University Of Utah Health  |  Posted Jun 4th - 7:24am

While the frequency and severity of hot flashes varies greatly in women going through menopause, 80% will experience some form of this symptom of changing hormone levels.