Dixie State University Dental Hygiene Program Runs a Community Clinic with Discounted Rates By Erin Hakoda   What do bad breath, cavities, gum disease, and a higher risk of heart attack and stroke all have in common? They can all be brought on by poor dental care. Let dental hygienists in training help you avoid […]

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November 13, 2018
By Randy R. Clark, MD and Aaron O’Brien, MD   Golfer’s elbow (inner elbow pain) is a commonly encountered orthopedic problem. It may affect as many as 8% of patients. Tennis elbow (outer elbow pain) affects up to 3% of adults each year. Plantar fasciitis is the most common cause of heel pain. It is […]

Is Elbow or Heel Pain…

November 13, 2018
By Ginger Nelson   I often think back on my first experiences with the performing arts. As a small, shy child, I remember the excitement and preparation that went into a night out: my mother teaching me how to comb my hair and dress appropriately for these special evenings; turning through a fancy program with […]

Celebrity Concert Series:…

November 13, 2018
By Chad Olson, LMFT, MS   John and Julie Gottman are some of the nation’s top marital researchers and have provided valuable information for couples wanting to know what predicts happiness in marriage. Last year, I was able to attend a conference that they were presenting at and they shared an interesting statistic. They reported […]

Staying Connected in…

November 13, 2018
By Kim & Lauren, Owners of The Skin Spa Everyone wants clear, healthy, acne-free skin. Did you know that acne can affect anyone at any age? In fact, 54% of females and 40% of males have acne-related skin issues. There is no cure for acne, but it can be effectively managed. Acne is typically an […]

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November 13, 2018
By Brennen Ames   With seven seconds left on the clock—fourth down and 18 yards to go and down by seven points—the Boise State Broncos quarterback Jared Zabransky completed a pass that was lateraled to Jerard Rabb for a game-tying touchdown and extra point, sending the Broncos into overtime against the No. 7 Oklahoma Sooners […]

Success is the Result…

November 13, 2018
By Kelly Kendall   Love is a curious thing. It has as many meanings as there are people in the world, and these meanings are shaped by culture, family, and personality. Recently, I asked a group of fathers to share their views on the love of a father for his children. Their answers ran the […]

Fathering with Love

November 13, 2018
By Jessica Elgin   It’s the age old question: Should I list my home over the holidays? Although there is a lot of debate on the pros and cons, the truth is that it depends on your situation.   If you need to relocate for a job or for a family reason, you may not […]

Listing Your Home over…

November 13, 2018
By Coleen Andruss, MD   Dial it in…The holidays are here, and no matter what life throws at you, your health still needs to be your priority. The average weight gain over the holiday season is 5–7 pounds. While this may not sound like much, most people don’t lose the added weight, which leads to […]

Holiday Healing

November 13, 2018
By Max Graf   My first memory of feeling different was sitting in the car with my mom right after seeing Caden Jensen for brain integration. I asked her to give me words to spell, and I spelled them backwards and then forwards. I’d never been able to that before! As we were driving home, […]

A New Beginning

November 13, 2018
By Jay Bartlett Going to church this weekend? Yeah. Me, too…Church Rocks. It’s great! It’s a lollipop-type trail with rolling desert singletrack for the start and finish and a few miles of mostly slickrock challenge for the “lolli” when you begin, as I usually do, at the Cottonwood Trailhead off of Highway 9. The singletrack […]

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November 13, 2018
By Bentley Murdock   We all know the typical drill during the holidays: Any and all structured health and nutrition efforts are immediately tossed out the window. Almost overnight, we find ourselves yet again with at least a baker’s dozen more pounds to lose on New Year’s Day. Soooo…in an effort to help you and […]

Eat Healthy During The…

November 13, 2018
By Jason Crowley, CPA, MBA We are coming to the time of year when many taxpayers are starting to think about year-end tax planning and what they can do to minimize tax liability for the upcoming tax season. There are always plenty of articles to read about maxing out IRA or other retirement accounts you […]

Health Savings Accounts:…

November 13, 2018
By Jasher Feellove   Fear. The word brings a physiological and emotional response. Fear of failure. Fear of success. In either case, we fear the unknown.   High performers refer to fear as stress. The media uses fear to garner attention: “If it bleeds, it leads.” To psychologists, fear speaks to the instinct of “flight […]

The Other Side of Fe…

November 13, 2018
By Dr. David Roos, Dean of Students, RVUCOM-SU We all have a “bucket list” or a list of big ideas we want to pursue in life. My list included running the St. George Marathon. I’ll never forget my sense of accomplishment as I finally crossed the finish line after being encouraged by race fans and […]

Volunteer and Improve…

September 7, 2018
By Hurricane Family Pharmacy   When most people hear the word cholesterol, they think of negative things like heart disease or giving up good foods like eggs and meat. However, cholesterol is a good thing. In fact, we cannot live without it! Like most everything in life though, too much of a good thing can […]

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