Vitamin B12 deficiency is a common health problem that can have serious consequences – but is often overlooked by doctors

(The Conversation) – For several months in the summer of 2022, my dog ​​Scout threw up at 3am almost every day. If you have a dog, you know the sound. And every time she would swallow her mess before I could get to her, making it difficult to diagnose the cause. The vet and I … Read more

New exhibition of art from incarcerated teens, underrepresented communities

“The Universal Human” is one of the artworks created by incarcerated youth across Utah that will be on display starting Dec. 6 as part of the Dissolving Controversies exhibit at the downtown Salt Lake City Main Library. (Molly Hosmer-Dillard) Estimated reading time: 4-5 minutes SALT LAKE CITY — One painting depicts a sunflower growing in … Read more

Sanford Health and Fairview Health Services announce intent to combine, creating new health system focused on providing affordable, high-quality health care to patients in rural and urban communities | News

The combined system will accelerate population health and value-based care, improve health equity, and drive clinical innovation to benefit patients The combination will also extend the reach of high-quality care and services to more people in rural and urban communities SIOUX FALLS, SD and MINNEAPOLIS – Sanford Health, the largest rural health system in the … Read more

Report finds ‘code of silence’ at psychiatric facility where staff abused, neglected patients | Healthcare

Several employees at the Choate Mental Health and Development Center tried to cover up a brutal assault on a patient, according to a new report by the Illinois Department of Human Services’ watchdog office. The IDHS Office of Inspector General report said the “widespread attempted cover-up” surrounding this incident points to a deep-seated “code of … Read more

The art of flower arranging

from Francie McGowan , UCCE Master Gardener Published November 6, 2022, 6:08 am Sierra Materials by Francie McGowan There are so many ways to arrange cut flowers and plants. Instead of just sticking a bunch of flowers in a vase, carefully arranging them can create wonderful, artistic statements to show off their beauty. From the … Read more

How these organizations are bringing art and technology together to benefit Salt Lake City

Sonali Lumba, owner of Kaladharaa Dance and Indian classical dancer, left, Salt Lake City Mayor Erin Mendenhall and Srilata Singh, owner of Chitrakaavya Dance and Indian classical dancer and teacher, speak after a panel discussion on the future of art and technology Thursday. (Christine Murphy, Deseret News) Approximate reading time: 3-4 minutes SALT LAKE CITY … Read more

Tuolumne County Public Health Update

CDC Covid Community Level November 3 Update November 3, 2:20 p.m.: The CDC updated its data and Tuolumne County was moved down to a moderate transmission level, while Stanislaus moved from a moderate level up to a significant level. The transmission level is a four-tiered level, with Significant being a step below High. The level … Read more

Utah mental health experts look at when to seek help, treatments for depression

Experts from the Huntsman Institute of Mental Health discussed when to seek help for depression Wednesday and what options are available. (Steve Griffin, Deseret News) Estimated reading time: 4-5 minutes SALT LAKE CITY — More than a third of Americans suffer from depression, and while Utah’s rate is similar to the rest of the country, … Read more

Local business owner Lepard is running for the chairmanship of commissioner | Elections

When Boone County Commissioner presidential candidate Connie Lepard knocks on doors, she often ends up chatting with residents for a few minutes about life, dogs, travel or whatever after telling them about her campaign. One of her priorities, if elected, is to get out into the community to discuss issues and get more public input, … Read more