The coronavirus has provided unique challenges for multi-generational families living under the same roof. A Cedar City family has found ways to keep their grandfather healthy and meet the social and emotional needs of their children.
A popular '90s trend is making a comeback this year, thanks to social media platforms like Tik Tok and Reddit. Two Salt Lake women hopped on the train and say it also doubles as a fun and safe way to exercise during the pandemic.
Some women may be feeling apprehensive about giving birth at a hospital during the pandemic. One Kaysville mom is grateful she had a midwife by her side when she delivered her surprise baby as an older mother.
Due to the pandemic, many organized group walks for Breast Cancer Awareness month have been canceled this year, but that hasn't stopped those who are passionate about the cause from showing support. One Ogden couple is still finding ways to make strides against breast cancer.
More than 30 million Americans suffer from heart disease, putting them at risk for premature death. Despite setbacks, one Utah man is living life to its fullest and reaping the benefits of a healthy lifestyle.
The pandemic has posed unique challenges for everyone, but especially for one Orem man with Down syndrome whose routine was flipped upside down. With one goal in mind, a little exercise and some Disney magic, things are now looking up.
A new survey reveals just 59% of American adults plan to get the flu vaccine this year. Health officials say those numbers are concerning since the flu season and ongoing coronavirus pandemic are overlapping, making it more important than ever for people to get vaccinated.
Sadly, road injuries are the leading cause of unintentional deaths for children in the United States. This week is Child Passenger Safety Awareness week — a time to educate parents about the right way to secure their child's car seat.
Research shows wearing a mask is a proven way to mitigate the spread of COVID-19, but it can be challenging wearing it for several hours a day and can sometimes cause unwanted side effects. A West Jordan family is getting creative to find a solution.
For many, COVID-19 has turned into a prolonged illness with symptoms lasting beyond the initial duration of the virus. A West Haven woman is one of hundreds in Utah trying to navigate her new life after the illness.
In addition to adding masks and sanitizing products to your back-to-school shopping list, it's important parents make sure their children are emotionally prepared for some of the changes coming their way. One Kaysville mom is taking proactive measures to help her kids have a successful year.
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.