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Four Tips to Keep Kids Safe In and Around Water

written by Emily Jewkes, health educator, Bear River Health Department Swimming can be a great way for kids to learn new skills, socialize, and have fun. But it is important to put safety first when children are in and around water. Among preventable injuries,...

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Breaking Down the Barriers of Addiction Recovery Treatment

written by Emily Buckley, editor in chief There is an alarming discrepancy between the number of people who need addiction treatment in the United States and those who actually receive it. According to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, in...

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Hot Car Danger

courtesy of Discount Tire The summer months are here! Everyone looks forward to warmer temperatures and sunshine. But, during this enjoyable time of year, there is a serious threat that must be diligently prevented. This is children and pets being left in hot cars. A...

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Natural Ways to Manage Allergies

courtesy of Spence's Pharmacy Hay fever, also known as allergic rhinitis, is an allergic inflammatory condition of the nasal passages that affects a large portion of Americans. For some individuals, allergies are a seasonal manifestation. For others, allergies are a...

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Elementary Students Experience Creative Journey

written by Tara Bone, contributing writer In some classrooms students listen, take notes, learn facts, and leave what they’ve learned at the door. This is definitely not the case for Kody Rash’s 400 Cedar Ridge Elementary School art students who are using all their...

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No Time Like the Present

written by Emily Merkley, association executive, Cache Rich Association of REALTORS® If you've been contemplating the purchase of a home, the time to make your move is NOW! While buying a home is a big decision, waiting too long can actually hurt your chances of...

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Building Self-Efficacy in Children

written by Frank Schofield, superintendent, Logan City School District Many of us know the story of “The Little Engine That Could,” with the small train whose repeated refrain of “I think I can, I think I can,” helped her accomplish a challenging task. The lesson of...

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Mom Needs a Day Off

written by Rory Anderson, contributing writer, VP LiFT Consulting, Foster Division   When is the last time you took a day off from being mom? I know what you’re thinking. “How could I do that? I can’t even go to the bathroom without my 2 year old getting into my...

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Kids Test Kitchen

sponsored by Lee's Marketplace Go for the green — or pink, or purple, or yellow — this summer! Although many kids profess to despise vegetables, many will give a stamp of approval to a brightly colored smoothie or juice full of — you guessed it — veggies! Smoothies...

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Race Events Benefit Entire Community

written by Troy Oldham, race director, Cache Gran Fondo and Logan City Marathon You may have seen bicyclists or runners moving through your neighborhood or town, or shuffling between towns and neighborhoods on public streets or trails. You may have heard about the...

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Vision Fatigue and Headaches

written by Michael Cole, OD, Child and Family Eye Care Center There are many reasons headaches occur. The list of possible causes is long, and definitively identifying the cause is often challenging. One component of the body that should be at the top of the list to...

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