Mental help for students during a pandemic

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As the COVID-19 pandemic continues its rampage throughout the state and much of the United States, mental health has taken many hits. As a result of the increased mental health […]

School’s back in session, and so is depression

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Winter rolls around with its abundance of celebrations, but some people —particularly students — shy away from festivities and increasingly isolate themselves when the temperatures drop and days get shorter. […]

The power of comedy: Ogden act heads to Fringe Festival

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Stand-up comedian, suicide survivor and mental health advocate Collin Williams will perform his dark humor comedy show, “My Suicide Note”, at the Salt Lake Fringe Festival starting Aug. 3 at […]

Life and death in the mountains

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Dr. Perry Renshaw, of the University of Utah neuroscience program, led a one-hour discussion on the effects of the altitude in Utah on suicide rates, drug use and mood disorders […]

Science Weekly: Getting rid of guesswork in depression treatment

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A new blood test might help to eliminate the trial-and-error game that physicians currently play while prescribing antidepressants to those suffering from depression. Dr. Madhukar Trivedi, lead researcher from UT […]

Science Weekly: Unprecedented links between mental and physical health observed

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According to the World Health Organization, roughly 350 million people around the world are affected by depression. While depression correlates to mental health, researchers have long looked at the links […]