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Does shutting down controversial apps keep kids safe online?

Does shutting down controversial apps keep kids safe online?

Carrie Rogers-Whitehead, KSL.com Contributor  |  Posted Jan 11th - 8:01pm

When a controversial app known for its anonymity and popularity for sexual content shuts down, its users simply find an alternative platform to use, data shows.
Rule cracking down on emotional support animals goes into effect

Rule cracking down on emotional support animals goes into effect

Marnie Hunter and Pete Muntean, CNN  |  Posted Jan 11th - 11:01am

A new Department of Transportation regulation goes into effect Monday that says airlines aren't required to treat emotional support animals as service animals.
BioNTech lifts 2021 COVID-19 vaccine output target to 2 billion doses

BioNTech lifts 2021 COVID-19 vaccine output target to 2 billion doses

Ludwig Burger, Reuters  |  Posted Jan 11th - 9:40am

Pfizer's partner BioNTech boosted the 2021 delivery target for their COVID-19 vaccine to 2 billion doses, up from 1.3 billion previously, as they bring new production lines on stream and as more doses can be extracted per vial.
Coach Kim: 10 ways to make lasting changes in yourself

Coach Kim: 10 ways to make lasting changes in yourself

Kim Giles, KSL.com Contributor  |  Posted Jan 11th - 8:30am

In this first edition of LIFEadvice for 2021, Coach Kim shares some tricks and tips on making changes that last.
Blazer restorer restores one for himself

Blazer restorer restores one for himself

Brian Champagne, KSL.com Contributor  |  Posted Jan 7th - 3:26pm

Andy Kawahara works on other people's Chevy's by day, and on his own by night.
Mediterranean diet named best diet for 2021

Mediterranean diet named best diet for 2021

Sandee Lamotte, CNN  |  Posted Jan 7th - 11:35am

The gold medal for best 2021 diet went to the Mediterranean diet for the fourth year in a row, according to rankings announced Monday by U.S. News & World Report.
US tops 21 million COVID-19 cases with record hospitalizations as states ramp up vaccinations

US tops 21 million COVID-19 cases with record hospitalizations as states ramp up vaccinations

Maria Caspani and Peter Szekely, Reuters  |  Posted Jan 6th - 5:14pm

More Americans were hospitalized with COVID-19 on Wednesday than at any time since the pandemic began, as total coronavirus infections crossed the 21 million mark, deaths soared across much of the United States and a historic vaccination effort lagged.
A COVID-19 shot for $150? Online scams surge as slow vaccine rollout frustrates

A COVID-19 shot for $150? Online scams surge as slow vaccine rollout frustrates

Tina Bellon, Reuters  |  Posted Jan 5th - 9:45am

As millions of people await their turn to get a COVID-19 vaccine that could be months away, scammers online, in emails and on messaging apps are luring victims with claims they can deliver shots within days for as little as $150.
UK prime minister orders new virus lockdown for England

UK prime minister orders new virus lockdown for England

Danica Kirka and Sylvia Hui, Associated Press  |  Updated Jan 4th - 4:32pm

Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced on Monday a new national lockdown for England until at least mid-February to combat a fast-spreading new variant of the coronavirus, even as Britain ramped up its vaccination program by becoming the first nation to start using the shot developed by Oxford University and drugmaker AstraZeneca.
US may cut some Moderna vaccine doses in half to speed rollout, official says

US may cut some Moderna vaccine doses in half to speed rollout, official says

Brendan Pierson, Reuters  |  Posted Jan 4th - 11:33am

The U.S. government is considering giving some people half the dose of Moderna's COVID-19 vaccine in order to speed vaccinations, a federal official said on Sunday.
New Year's resolution: 11 ways to measure health without the scale

New Year's resolution: 11 ways to measure health without the scale

Brittany Poulson, KSL.com Contributor  |  Posted Jan 1st - 8:51pm

As the new year is upon us, so are many New Year's resolutions of weight loss, being healthier, exercising more and starting a new diet. Instead of focusing on the number on the scale to measure your health, here are 11 ways you can measure your health besides the scale.
KSL.com Book Club: 3 books we read to close out 2020

KSL.com Book Club: 3 books we read to close out 2020

Yvette Cruz, KSL.com  |  Posted Jan 1st - 1:34pm

For some, reading books in 2020 helped create both an escape from the realities of the year and an understanding of them, too. Here are the books some of the KSL.com team members read to close out the year.
US vaccinations in 2020 falling far short of target of 20 million people

US vaccinations in 2020 falling far short of target of 20 million people

Rebecca Spalding and Carl O'Donnell, Reuters  |  Posted Dec 31st - 9:08am

Only about 2.8 million Americans had received a COVID-19 vaccine going into the last day of December, putting the United States far short of the government's target to vaccinate 20 million people this month.
Fauci sees US gaining control over pandemic by next fall

Fauci sees US gaining control over pandemic by next fall

Steve Gorman, Reuters  |  Posted Dec 30th - 9:04pm

The leading U.S. infectious disease specialist, Dr. Anthony Fauci, said on Wednesday he foresees America achieving enough collective COVID-19 immunity through vaccinations to regain "some semblance of normality" by fall 2021, despite early setbacks in the vaccine rollout.
New US dietary guidelines: No candy, cake for kids under 2

New US dietary guidelines: No candy, cake for kids under 2

Carla K. Johnson, Associated Press  |  Posted Dec 30th - 8:33pm

Parents now have an extra reason to say no to candy, cake and ice cream for young children. The first U.S. government dietary guidelines for infants and toddlers, released Tuesday, recommend feeding only breast milk for at least six months and no added sugar for children under age 2.
UK to roll out Astra/Oxford COVID vaccine after world-first approval

UK to roll out Astra/Oxford COVID vaccine after world-first approval

Alistair Smout and Paul Sandle, Reuters  |  Posted Dec 30th - 10:03am

Britain on Wednesday became the first country in the world to approve the coronavirus vaccine developed by Oxford University and AstraZeneca, hoping that rapid action will help it stem a record surge of infections driven by a highly contagious form of the virus.
Gephardt: Health insurance poised to spike in coming years

Gephardt: Health insurance poised to spike in coming years

Matt Gephardt and Sloan Schrage, KSL TV  |  Posted Dec 30th - 8:46am

Brace yourself: The amount Utahns pay for health insurance could go up in the coming years, insurance experts said, and it's not because of COVID-19 — at least not directly.
New Year's 2021: A critical resolution you could make this year

New Year's 2021: A critical resolution you could make this year

Kim Giles, KSL.com Contributor  |  Posted Dec 28th - 11:57am

In this special New Year's edition of LIFEadvice, Coach Kim shares a powerful goal that could change everything for you this year.
Here's how Utahns changed up their Christmas plans amid COVID-19

Here's how Utahns changed up their Christmas plans amid COVID-19

KSL.com Staff  |  Posted Dec 25th - 6:27pm

KSL.com asked readers to share their pandemic Christmas stories with us. Here's how Utahns adjusted their celebrations amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.