Health & Medicine

Hey you, get a flu shot!

It’s flu season. If you want to avoid getting it, then it’s time to get a flu shot. Yes, you may have read many reasons on the internet why you shouldn’t get one. They are all wrong. You need to get a flu shot not only to protect yourself, but also to protect your community. […]

Practice #SafeSix

The Center for Student Wellness has six steps for people to take to keep the community safe and slow the spread of COVID-19.

Fellows fighting cancer at Huntsman Cancer Institute

Nine new cancer researchers will receive funding through the 5 For The Fight Cancer Research Fellowship.

COVID-19 testing available at Rice-Eccles Stadium

Appointments are required for COVID-19 testing.

HIV up close

An unprecedented view of the virus reveals essential steps for causing AIDS.

From Air Force colonel to dean

The College of Nursing is doing its part to educate the next generation of nurses.

School absences correlate to impaired air quality

Even mildly elevated air pollution is associated with increase in absences in Salt Lake City.

A genius in our midst: U of U Health geneticist awarded prestigious MacArthur Fellowship

Elde, an evolutionary geneticist, lauded for his creativity and wide-ranging intellectual curiosity.

How to think positively when it feels like the world is falling apart

Pandemics, tragedies and disasters aren’t going away anytime soon. But positive thinking can help you cope.

Why is the COVID-19 mortality rate highest for Black Americans?

Racial disparities among essential workers could be a key reason that Black Americans are more likely to contract and die of coronavirus.