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Debunking Myths About Eye Health

We all may be guilty of telling are kids not to sit too close to the television, eat your carrots and don’t cross your eyes because they may stick that way.  But according to Kidshealth.org, none of these tell the whole story.  Sitting close to the television or computer has shown no evidence of harming eyesight, […]

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How does your Doctor Feel about Natural Child Birth?

Interested in a natural child birthing experience, but not sure if your doctor will be on board? Check out Dr. Jason Johnson’s interview with Good Things Utah below to get his thoughts on it. Natural child birth has become a trend not only in Utah, but nation-wide.  But many feel that doctors and hospitals will […]

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Overheating: How to Stay Safe in the Pioneer Day Sun

Pioneer Day. The day that Utah decides to recreate their 4th of July celebration all over again. However, it is also a day many of us will spend most of outside in the sun, which can be dangerous. While enjoying the Pioneer Day festivities, remember that high temperatures can affect the body not only when […]

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July is UV Safety Month

From cook-outs to swimming pools to beach vacations, we spend a lot of July outdoors. But don’t let your fun in the sun affect your health—skin cancer is the most common type of cancer in the US, and the main cause is exposure to UV radiation from the sun. In honor of UV Safety Month, Healthfinder is […]

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Beat Those Summertime Blues

For many kids, there’s no sweeter sound than that last bell on the last day of school. While summertime is often seen as a chance to unwind, relax and recover from a long school year, it can actually be a difficult transition for many students. Overscheduling and boredom can impact your child’s mental health. While […]

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