Earlier in the COVID-19 pandemic, nonurgent breast care screenings and mammograms were rescheduled due to safety restrictions. But now doctors are urging women who missed their screenings to get in as soon as possible. One Utah women is grateful she stayed on top of her care.
Take comfort in knowing you might not be the only one having a hard time sleeping during the pandemic. KSL TV interviewed Intermountain Healthcare sleep psychologist Lori Neeleman to understand what might be making it difficult for people to get quality sleep right now.
Many Utahns are taking to the mountains to escape their own homes and to avoid other people, but you’ll likely find the trails are more popular than usual this summer. One avid hiker has a few tips to help you find less populated trails.
Everyone has dealt with a lot of change and plenty of inconveniences during this pandemic. But thousands have suffered directly from this deadly virus. One Utah man who is now recovering from COVID-19 says taking the necessary precautions to protect yourself is worth it.
There is a lot of misinformation on the internet and social media these days about wearing masks during the pandemic. KSL TV Health Specialist Aley Davis sat down with a doctor to debunk myths you may have seen going around.
Seeing people wearing masks and other personal protective equipment can be daunting for anyone, but especially for little kids. Primary Children’s Hospital caregivers have found a creative way to help kids feel a little more comfortable at the doctor's office or in the hospital through a PPE coloring book.
Stress relief can be hard to come by, and yet it's something many people are seeking this year. For those who are tired of being stuck inside during this pandemic, look no further than your garden for a safe and therapeutic way to get outside.
Coronavirus has taken a deadly toll on so many throughout the world, and for those who do recover, it's not easy. One Utah woman believes staying active and healthy before she got sick made a difference in her survival.
Masks have quickly become part of our regular attire and after three weeks of rising COVID-19 cases, it's more important than ever to wear them. Knowing the proper way to wash and wear a mask is critical.
Many have taken advantage of the extra time and flexibility at home to work out more often. But for those who found themselves chilling on the couch during isolation instead, this could be the perfect time, with businesses reopening and warmer weather, to reboot their health goals.
Many Utahns have been juggling multiple responsibilities the last few months between working full-time and parenting full-time. It's an adjustment for both parents and kids, especially now that summer is in full swing.
Stepping into a doctor’s office during the coronavirus pandemic might seem unnerving for some, but health care providers across the state are reassuring parents that now is no time to let up on preventative care.
Staying home has many of us spending more time on our electronic devices than normal. While technology is allowing people to connect and work in ways like never before, too much screen time can have a negative impact on our overall health.
This week marks the half-way point for Project Protect, Utah’s largest volunteer-based project since the 2002 Olympics. To date, Intermountain Healthcare in partnership with the University of Utah and LDS Charities, have collected more than 2 million handmade medical grade masks.