Heather Simonsen, KSL TV | Posted
Jan 11th - 7:01pm
If you've ever had a family member in the ICU, you know how stressful that can be. A new study finds the stress hormone can help identify family members most likely to suffer from anxiety after a loved one's hospitalization.
Building on research showing that periods of high air pollution are associated with increased risk of heart attacks, scientists at Intermountain Healthcare and BYU now say people with some blood types are more susceptible than others.