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Young woman's skin condition leads to splotchy appearance — and a modeling contract

Bethany Hines, CNN  |  Posted   Mar 21st - 8:05pm

Amy Deanne was a high school senior when she first noticed the odd white spots on her hand.

Male birth control pill one step closer to reality, researchers say

Mark Lieber, CNN  |  Posted   Mar 21st - 11:31am

For decades, birth control pills have exclusively been used by women. But a male birth control pill that is both safe and effective may be on the horizon, according to a new study.

5 tips to waste less food and save money

Rebecca Clyde, Contributor  |  Posted   Mar 20th - 8:38pm

Forty percent of the food in the U.S. goes uneaten and Americans send 38 million tons of food straight to the landfills every year. Here's how to cut back on food waste and save money at the same time.

Coach Kim: How the pursuit of love could destroy your marriage

Kim Giles and Nicole Cunningham, Contributors  |  Posted   Mar 19th - 7:21am

In this edition of LIFEadvice Coaches Kim Giles and Nicole Cunningham explain how the pursuit of love can actually be the problem.

Dementia study links your risk with your fitness level

Jacqueline Howard CNN  |  Posted   Mar 17th - 7:50pm

Your stamina — or the time it takes for you to reach peak exhaustion during exercise — can be tied to your dementia risk, and a new study reveals how.

In the fight for her life, young professional runner isn't slowing down

Samantha Bresnahan, CNN  |  Posted   Mar 16th - 8:36pm

Gabriele Grunewald is much like many young 30-somethings: She loves her dog, married her college sweetheart, enjoys the coffee shop around the corner from her Minneapolis apartment and likes to explore the trendy new restaurants and brewpubs around town.

Ask Brianna: How to avoid a spring break money hangover

Brianna McGurran, Associated Press  |  Posted   Mar 14th - 8:37pm

"I want to travel this spring, but I don't have a lot of extra cash. How can I make it happen?"

Melanoma rates on the rise in Utah — are you doing enough to prevent it?

Tracie Snowder,  |  Posted   Mar 13th - 8:50pm

It’s not groundbreaking news that Utah has one of the highest skin cancer rates in the country. Are you doing everything you can to prevent it — all year long?

A guide to the rules regarding service animals

Jacob Klopfenstein,  |  Posted   Mar 12th - 11:58am

Here’s a rundown of some of the rules regarding service animals.

Coach Kim: 20 tips to be an (even more) awesome parent

Kim Giles and Nicole Cunningham, Contributors  |  Posted   Mar 12th - 7:18am

In this edition of LIFEadvice, life coaches Kim Giles and Nicole Cunningham share their top 20 tips for being a better parent.

Considering elective plastic surgery? Experts say research your options

Ashley Kewish, KSL TV  |  Posted   Mar 10th - 7:54pm

Elective plastic surgery isn’t for everyone. But if you’re considering it, experts say there are several things to consider.

Cosmetic fillers: experts say do your research, know the risks

Ashley Kewish, KSL TV  |  Posted   Mar 8th - 10:35pm

Injectable cosmetic fillers are a hot trend, gaining traction here in Utah. But the experts agree that before you trust your face to the needle, you need to do your homework.

Your brain stopped making new cells at age 13, study claims

Susan Scutti, CNN  |  Posted   Mar 8th - 8:39pm

Your brain has peaked by age 13. The creation of new brain cells in the hippocampus ends before we even reach adulthood, according to a study published Wednesday in the journal Nature.

3 easy habits to improve your nutrition without obsessing over food

Devrie Pettit, Contributor  |  Posted   Mar 7th - 9:00pm

The 2018 theme for National Nutrition Month is "Go Further with Food." The idea that we can get our day off to a great start, fuel properly before a workout, or feed our kids the right snack after school sounds simple enough. Is it?

66 percent of Millennials have nothing saved for retirement

Katie Lobosco, CNN  |  Posted   Mar 7th - 2:05pm

Most Millennials are not on track when it comes to saving for retirement.

Coach Kim: Do you care too much what others think?

Kim Giles, Contributor  |  Posted   Mar 5th - 7:19am

"My family has pointed out that I apologize constantly and am always asking for reassurance that I look OK, which are all obvious signs that I have low self-esteem, right?" In this edition of LIFEadvice, life coaches Kim Giles and Nicole Cunningham share ten ways to break your approval addiction.

Selfies make your nose look 30% bigger, study says

Mark Lieber, CNN  |  Posted   Mar 2nd - 8:36pm

Taking selfies at a distance of about 12 inches from the face increases perceived nose size by nearly 30 percent, according to a report published Thursday in the journal JAMA Facial Plastic Surgery.

3 reasons why you should buy produce from your local CSA

Suzanne Lewis, Contributor  |  Posted   Mar 1st - 8:05pm

Winter is still in full-force but you don't have to wait until summer for farm-fresh food. Here's three reasons why you should join your local community-supported agriculture program that will bring fresh produce to your neighborhood year-round.

Most Utah minors who use alcohol also vape, study shows

Jacob Klopfenstein,  |  Posted   Mar 1st - 10:31am

A new study shows that among Utah youths who are using alcohol, a majority of them are also using e-cigarettes or vaping products.

4 things to consider when people offer unwanted advice

M. Elizabeth Wilson, Contributor  |  Posted   Feb 28th - 8:39pm

You've been told you're aiming too high or too low in life. What is the best way to respond to unwanted opinions and advice? Read on.