University Of Utah Health | PostedMay 22nd - 9:27am
The number of burn injuries treated increases in summer as people engage in activities involving fire and incendiary devices, and children are the most at risk to be injured. The five leading causes of summer burn injuries are all preventable.
University Of Utah Health | PostedMay 8th - 8:00am
Novice runners are at high risk for injury from things like ramping up too quickly, excessive amounts of running and excessive speed. The University of Utah Health Orthopaedic Center Running Injury Clinic helps runners stay healthy.
University Of Utah Health | PostedMar 19th - 3:00pm
From 2017 to 2018 there was a 78 percent increase among high school students using e-cigarettes. A 2017 Utah survey found 32.1 percent of 12th graders tried an e-cigarette that year. Here are signs parents can watch for.
University Of Utah Health | PostedMar 8th - 8:00am
While Utah has the highest birth rate in the nation, with 9.4 percent of babies in 2018 born premature, it’s only now finally getting a geographically-based operation to pasteurize locally donated mother’s milk and distribute it.
University Of Utah Health | PostedJan 25th - 8:00am
When men go to the ER or to urgent care with chest pain, shortness of breath, sweating and nausea, it’s clear that they are probably having a heart attack. But when women go to an ER with the same problem their symptoms may not be so explicit.
University Of Utah Health | PostedOct 23rd - 8:00am
Pelvic floor prolapse is a non-life-threatening condition in which the pelvic organs herniate through the vagina. It can range from unnoticeable to putting you at risk for other health complications, but it is also treatable.
University Of Utah Health | PostedSep 25th - 9:13am
With winter on the horizon and with days getting shorter and darker, people begin to feel less energy, are less likely to be productive and begin to feel hopeless. These are common symptoms of Seasonal Affective Disorder.
University Of Utah Health | PostedSep 11th - 3:14pm
The heart of the NICU at the University of Utah hospital is the staff providing excellent care for babies and parents alike. For 50 years they have gone above and beyond for both, making the unit a second home during a difficult time.