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  • HealthFix: Knee osteoarthritis

    Topic: Knee Osteoarthritis—Symptoms and treatment options Osteoarthritis occurs when the cartilage between the joints wears down overtime, causing the bones of the joints to rub closely against one another. This can result in pain, swelling, stiffness, decreased mobility, and, in more extreme cases, bone spur formation. The most common cause of knee osteoarthritis is age, but there are a number of factors that contribute to osteoarthritis, including heredity, sex, weight, repetitive stress injuries, and illnesses. Symptoms of knee osteoarthritis Pain […]

  • UCAIR talks pollution, offers tips to improve air quality in Utah

    The arrival of winter also brings about the arrival of inversion season, and on Thursday Ted Wilson, Director for Utah Clean Air Organization, came to the FOX 13 News Studio to discuss air quality and the ways people can help reduce pollution in the area. See the video above for his comments. For more information about UCAIR, visit their website.

  • HealthFix: Anterior hip replacement surgery

    Topic: Anterior hip replacement surgery Making the decision to undergo hip replacement surgery can be tough, especially when you consider the pros and cons of each surgical option. While traditional hip replacement surgery continues to yield successful results, newer techniques involving muscle- and tissue-sparing approaches may be a better option for your situation. What is anterior hip replacement surgery? Anterior hip replacement surgery is a muscle- and tissue-sparing alternative to traditional hip replacement. During traditional hip replacement surgery, a surgeon […]

  • Link: Environmental assessment, maps for Hurricane Cliffs Trails Project

    Click  for the complete environmental assessment and maps of the Hurricane Cliffs Trail Project (The file will either begin downloading as a PDF or will open within your browser, depending on your settings): Hurricane Cliffs Trail Project

  • Link: Unified Police Department’s Autism Safety Roster

    Link: Unified Police Department’s Autism Safety Roster

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    Pete Harman, Utah native who opened first KFC franchise, has died

    LOS ALTOS, Calif. — The man credited with creating the very first Kentucky Fried Chicken franchise has died at the age of 95. Pete Harman, a Utah native, opened the “Do Drop Inn” restaurant back in 1941, and in 1952 Harman and Colonel Harland Sanders opened the first KFC chicken franchise, which was located in Salt Lake City. The original building was demolished in 2004 and replaced with a museum and updated KFC. Harman was living in Los Altos, California. […]

  • Links: Resources for coping with mental illness, suicidal thoughts

    The National Alliance on Mental Illness Suicide Prevention Lifeline The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline is also available by phone, call 1-800-273-TALK (8255)  

  • Officials says misuse of HOV lanes costs Utah thousands each month

    SALT LAKE CITY — One in every five people driving on the I-15 express lane is actually breaking the law, and the Utah Department of Transportation said those drivers are costing the state a lot of money. UDOT officials said these people are either driving in the lane by themselves or that they aren’t paying the tolls in the lane with their electronic pass. The passes cost the state $2.85 a month, but many people want to avoid being charged […]

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    Police say person who threatened Brighton High School may prove difficult to identify

    COTTONWOOD HEIGHTS, Utah — Police are still no closer to finding the person who made threats against Brighton High School over the weekend, and they said because the threat was made by an anonymous Twitter user they may never find the person responsible. In a press release, police stated the threat was based on a post where the user showed pictures of firearms and a note directly referencing Brighton High School. Officers said that when working with a big company […]

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    Suspect armed with gun, improvised explosive wanted in credit union robbery

    SALT LAKE CITY – Salt Lake City police are asking for the public’s help identifying a suspect caught on camera during a credit union robbery. Authorities said a University Federal Credit Union manager left the building at 490 E. 500 S. and was approached by a suspect armed with a gun and an improvised explosive device. Officials said the device had wires coming out of what appeared to be two small propane cylinders wrapped together. Police said the suspect used the […]

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    ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’ (Awesome Mix Vol. 1) free for one day

    The old-school cool of the soundtrack was one of the things that made “Guardians of the Galaxy” so popular this year, and now “Awesome Mix Vol. 1″ is being offered for download for free on Google Play for one day. The offer is for U.S. users only, but all you have to do is click here and you can download the album for free. Despite consisting entirely of previous releases, the album spent two weeks on the tops album chart […]

  • Link: Catholic Community Services

    Click here for more information on Catholic Community Services.


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