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Salt Lamps – Savior or Sham?

Himalayan salt lamps have become very popular around the world, especially in eastern cultures where they originated. The reason they have become so popular, is because of claims of health benefits which range from air purification, increased blood circulation,...

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Be Careful Navigating Salt Lake City Streets

It’s something that many who regularly drive in Salt Lake City have anecdotally observed for years: Salt Lake City drivers are terrible. A recent Allstate Insurance’s America’s Best Drivers report confirms those observations. Here are the numbers: Salt Lake City is...

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Vitamin B-12 and Depression, is there a Link?

B vitamins, B-1, B-2, B-3, B-5, B-6, B-9 and B-12, are water soluble vitamins that play critical roles in human cell metabolism. They either serve as a co-enzyme for critical cell metabolic processes, or as a precursor needed to generate such processes. They also play...

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Utah’s Roadway Fatalities Heading in the Wrong Direction

According to the Utah Highway Patrol (UHP), human error and human behavior are behind 90 plus percent of Utah highway fatalities. And those fatalities are on the rise. Last year, 275 people died on Utah’s roadways, up from 256 in 2014 and 220 in 2013. That translates...

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Vitamin B-12 and Depression, is there a Link?

B vitamins, B-1, B-2, B-3, B-5, B-6, B-9 and B-12, are water soluble vitamins that play critical roles in human cell metabolism. They either serve as a co-enzyme for critical cell metabolic processes, or as a precursor needed to generate such processes. They also play...

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Truck Drivers Finally Enter the Electronic Age

Yesterday, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration finally issued a long-awaited rule that requires an estimated 3 million commercial truck and bus drivers to electronically track the hours they spend at the wheel of their vehicles. Such drivers have been...

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Lead with a Bright Smile and Fresh Breath

As we’ve all heard a thousand times, “you only have one chance to make a first impression.” Being well-groomed and well-dressed go a long way toward making that good first impression, but leading with a bright smile and fresh breath are key to sealing the deal on that...

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GM Recalls Go Up In Flames

It recently came to light that 1,345 GM built cars have caught fire despite being “fixed” as a result of recalls several years ago. The problems with the vehicles, the Chevrolet Monte Carlo, Impala and Lumina, Oldsmobile Intrigue, Buick Regal and Pontiac Grand Prix,...

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Food Inspection in Utah Mired in Problems

The U.S. Department of Agriculture took over meat-inspection responsibilities at one of Utah’s largest meat packing facilities earlier this year, after critics raised an alarm about the state inspection program. The Utah Department of Agriculture and Food provided...

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