While the ketogenic diet isn’t necessarily new, only recently have we seen a plethora of “keto-friendly” packaged foods on the market. One dietician explains why they might not always be the best choice.
Stress is often unavoidable, but in extreme cases traumatic stress can be devastating for your health. One emergency room doctor shares his personal story of loss and how he’s learned to deal with trauma on a daily basis.
Being diagnosed with a serious illness is devastating, but not getting the care you need for a potentially curable or treatable illness is even worse. One woman is relying on technology to ease her pain.
Getting the proper medical attention quickly after having a heart attack is crucial to survival. Without blood flow, the heart muscle can die very quickly. A Utah doctor is putting the solution in the hands of anyone with a smartphone.
With less sunlight during the winter, it can be difficult to find time to stay socially and emotionally engaged with other people. One man has found a meaningful way to interact with people through volunteering.
Cracked fingers, an itchy scalp and a bloody nose. Utah’s cold weather, low humidity and running the furnace is the perfect recipe for dry skin. One Heber family is doing everything they can to combat dry skin this winter.
It’s that time of year when respiratory infections are common, which can be difficult for older people who already have an existing chronic illness. St. George is home to the only clinic in the state of Utah specifically designed to educate patients.