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Why Your Child Needs Less

Why Your Child Needs Less

Jentrie Hales, community advocate, @techhealthyfamily   Take a moment and think about your favorite holiday memory as a child. No seriously, do it. Who did it include? What were you doing? For me it includes my whole family gathered around the piano with my mom...

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My Child is Being Bullied

My Child is Being Bullied

Sarah Lyons, contributing writer   When parents send their kids to school they hope that they are safe and happy as they learn and grow, but when your child becomes a victim of bullying it can be hard to know how to help them. According to stopbullying.gov,...

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Raising an Adaptable Child

Raising an Adaptable Child

FRANK SCHOFIELD Superintendent, Logan City School District Over the course of the COVID-19 pandemic, all of us have been asked to respond to regular changes in our lives. Rules for personal interaction, time with friends and family, even the basic expectations for...

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Stress Incontinence — a.k.a. Leaky Bladder

Stress Incontinence — a.k.a. Leaky Bladder

NATHAN BERTOLDO, MD, OB/GYN Valley Women's Health   Many women develop something called stress urinary incontinence as they age. This involves involuntary leakage of urine with many different activities such as exercise, laughing, coughing, sneezing, or jumping...

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Why to Consider Advanced Funeral Planning

Why to Consider Advanced Funeral Planning

James Stephens, funeral director, White Pine Funeral Services  Planning your own funeral may not be something you want to spend time considering, but advanced funeral planning benefits you and your family tremendously.  WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF ADVANCED FUNERAL...

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Understanding the PTA: Our Schools Need YOU!

Understanding the PTA: Our Schools Need YOU!

Tara Bone, contributing writer If you’re a parent, you’ve most likely lived these scenarios: It’s Back-to-School-Night and the Parent Teacher Association (PTA) or Parent Organization (PO) table is set up and they’re asking for support, or an older child brings home...

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Supporting Your Child’s Healthy Screen Use

Supporting Your Child’s Healthy Screen Use

Jentrie Hales, community advocate, @techhealthyfam With so much pressure and responsibility as a parent, aren’t we all just trying our best to raise decent human beings? It's safe to saywe want our kids to be successful, kind, have morals, be accepted, and become...

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Caring for a Hordeolum Lesion (Eyelid Stye)

Caring for a Hordeolum Lesion (Eyelid Stye)

Michael Cole OD, Child and Family Eye Care Center Imagine you wake up on the morning of an important day — only to look at yourself in the mirror and see a giant, unsightly red bump on your eyelid. What are those things? How can we get rid of them? Understanding the...

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Help Your Child Avoid the Summer Slide

Help Your Child Avoid the Summer Slide

Frank Schofield, superintendent, Logan City School District Over the course of the COVID-19 pandemic, children have experienced disruptions in their lives, including school. Although teachers, parents, and students have worked together to positively manage these...

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Are Sunscreens Still Relevant?

Are Sunscreens Still Relevant?

Robert Young MD, dermatologist, Rocky Mountain Dermatology Well, first, some statistics. There are roughly 3.5 million cases of skin cancer this year in America and Utah has one of the highest rates in the nation. One person dies from melanoma every 52 minutes and...

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