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The eighth part of the Life Agenda series offers ideas for stepping out of the daily grind. Unstructured time to relax, recharge, and play boosts well-being and productivity.
A partnership between University of Utah and Utah Tech University is making a Doctorate in Physical Therapy accessible to students who want to learn and stay in Southern Utah.
More than 400,000 Utahns are family caregivers. In recognition of their contributions and sacrifices, Gov. Spencer Cox declared November 2023 as Family Caregiver Month in Utah.
Monica Bertagnolli, MD, 1985 graduate of the Spencer Fox Eccles School of Medicine, was confirmed as 16th director of the National Institutes of Health.
ARUP Laboratories developed the first-ever, FDA-approved diagnostic test that identifies patients who are eligible for a new gene therapy treatment for severe hemophilia A.
Is money really the root of all evil? The seventh part of the Life Agenda series offers advice for having a healthy relationship with our financial resources.
Randall Peterson, PhD, embarks on his second term as dean for the College of Pharmacy. He reflects on community collaborations, therapeutics, First Year Free, and other first-term highlights.
Oral epidemiologist Brenda Heaton, PhD, MPH, leads research to understand social structures that perpetuate oral health disparities. Dental-medical integration holds the key to equitable care for all.
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