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.
For many, taking a run or walk outside is the only saving grace they have during this time of isolation. While it's important to get outside, it's also important to do it the right way. Health experts say there is proper running etiquette Utahns should follow to keep everyone safe on the trails
Utahns have been social distancing for a while now and new data suggests the time people have spent apart from one another is paying off. Experts say it's not only protecting the general public, but especially those with compromised immune systems.
If you're a gym rat, finding new ways to exercise at home can be a big adjustment, especially if you don't have home gym equipment. KSL reporter Aley Davis found it's possible to have an effective workout at home using just your own body weight.
Five-year-old Sunny Gonzales survived a complicated battle with influenza A this year. Doctors and her South Jordan parents are saying it’s not too late to get a flu shot if you haven’t already been vaccinated.
Preparing for a new baby is often an exciting time, but it can be especially challenging for families who learn their unborn baby is not expected to live. One Utah couple survived the heartbreaking loss with the support of a program called Angel Watch.
The Mayo Clinic reports 100 million people are affected by fatty liver disease across the country, and it's a growing problem in Utah, too. Often the symptoms are not recognized until it's too late, which is why early screening is so important.
Prenatal care is an important part of keeping both mom and baby healthy during pregnancy, but keeping up on regular appointments can be a hassle, especially for women juggling other kids or a demanding job. One Utah mom said technology is making her pregnancy a little bit easier.