Karah Brackin, KSL-TV | Posted May 12 - 9:06 p.m.
March 13, 2015, is a day Tyler Beddoes will never forget. That was the day he, fellow officers and firefighters responded to an overturned car in the Spanish Fork River, which led to the rescue of baby Lily.
It is the decision of a lifetime, and it's going to cost a pretty penny. Baby Name Consulting is the latest luxury trend to enter the parenting world, but how long has it been around for exactly? Is it old? Is it new? Is it even real?
Jen Christensen, CNN | Updated April 27 - 7:22 a.m.
After years of recommending regular aspirin to prevent heart attack and stroke, scientists now see little benefit for most healthy people, and say it may contribute to an increasing risk of bleeding in your stomach or brain as you get older.
When the pandemic hit in early 2020, life changed seemingly overnight. Offices went from bustling to bust, forcing companies to figure out how to operate with teams spread out over entire cities or states instead of in one location.
People who live in neighborhoods with constant traffic noise are at higher risk of hospitalization for heart attacks compared with those who live in quieter areas, according to a recently published population-based study out of Rutgers University.
John Clyde for KSL.com | Posted April 13 - 7:36 p.m.
Hundreds of titles come and go every month on your favorite streaming service and it's impossible to know what all is out there. KSL movie reviewer John Clyde shares his list of the best new streaming titles this April on Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime, Disney+ and HBO Max.
Meg Christensen for KSL.com | Posted March 29 - 8:17 p.m.
March is Women's History Month, and KSL.com contributor Meg Christensen is here to offer you and your daughters (and sons) a chance to learn about some of the greats from these eight stellar picture books.
Akriti Sharma, Reuters | Posted March 18 - 8:22 a.m.
Moderna on late Thursday sought emergency use authorization from U.S. health regulators for a second COVID-19 booster shot, as a surge in cases in some parts of the world fuels fears of another wave of the pandemic.
Sandee LaMotte, CNN | Posted March 15 - 10:28 a.m.
Sleeping for only one night with a dim light, such as a TV set with the sound off, raised the blood sugar and heart rate of healthy young people participating in a sleep lab experiment, a new study found.
March 14 is Pi Day in honor of the first three digits of the mathematical constant π (3.1415...). But it's also a flimsy, yet delicious, excuse to celebrate an enduring culinary concept: the many edible varieties of pie around the world.
Having a long-term pet companion may delay memory loss and other kinds of cognitive decline, a new study has found. Pet ownership was especially beneficial for working verbal memory, such as memorization of word lists, according to the preliminary research.
Healthy mouth, healthy baby? For years, scientists have been exploring the link between poor oral health and giving birth too early. Now, new research presented Thursday raises the possibility that something very simple and inexpensive might make a difference: chewing sugarless gum.
A receding hairline. A bald spot spreading on the top of head. Painfully thin hair that is especially noticeable where the hair parts. Some 90% of men will suffer some form of hair loss during their lifetime, often leading to symptoms of low self-esteem, anxiety and depression.