Researchers explore familial relationships using unique Utah resources to develop high-risk profiles with the hope of identifying those at greater risk for atrial fibrillation.
A new study examined the degree to which extended family can indicate risk for Alzheimer’s disease.
Researchers examine the long-term psychological impact of food restrictions on normal eating patterns in patients.
University of Utah Health researchers found that the median age at which 4-year-old children are first evaluated did not significantly decrease between 2010 to 2014. Increased efforts for early screening...
A team of researchers published the results of a phase 1 clinical trial for the drug Givosiran, which targets the liver cells ultimately responsible for acute hepatic porphyrias.
Researchers uncover a molecular key that gives an edge to the Epstein Barr virus.
New research is showing that bacteriophages have the potential to shape the communities that live within the gut and ultimately your health—for better or worse.
Expert recommendations reassure families and insurance companies that new treatments for rare childhood diseases have a greater chance of success.
To help promote the highest standards of care, and improve the overall rates of survival and recovery following TBI, experts issued the 3rd edition of the Brain Trauma Foundation Guidelines...
The human immune system is notorious for overreacting to common infections. University of Utah Health researchers have shown how one component of the immune system might have evolved to limit...
Researchers in the Department of Dermatology at University of Utah decreased their prescription of opioids by 23 percent following skin cancer surgeries compared to almost a decade ago.
Researchers at University of Utah Health studied brain biopsies of multiple sclerosis patients and identified 29 microbes from 11 different phyla within the tissue. This approach offers a new way...
Policy changes that try to ‘fix’ child abuse but fail to address the underlying cause of abuse does not solve the problem.
Leung received $806,000 from the Gates Foundation to develop and test a smartphone app to help clinicians determine the cause of diarrhea in young children.
Researchers at University of Utah Health wanted to know if adversity during childhood rewired the brain, increasing vulnerability to mood disorders later in life.