Laundry detergent, gasoline, cars: Inflation and supply chain issues drive up prices of everyday items

Laundry detergent, gasoline, cars: Inflation and supply chain issues drive up prices of everyday items

Inflation and supply chain issues have sent prices for everyday items skyrocketing, from Tide laundry detergent to new cars. Here’s what CNN Business found more expensive this week, and what could be next. Orange juice A combination of supply shortages and strong demand sent orange prices skyrocketing. Frozen orange juice futures prices rose 50% during … Read more

Architecture For London’s Low Energy Minimalist Home

Architecture For London’s Low Energy Minimalist Home

Minimalist, low-energy home in Muswell Hill oozes with character and style A minimalist, energy-efficient home in the UK capital has been cleverly designed by Architecture For London Transforming a modest Edwardian home into a design that advocates minimalism and sustainable architecture is no small feat; and that’s exactly what Architecture for London has achieved with … Read more

10 picture books that will help you fall in love with winter

10 picture books that will help you fall in love with winter

“Bear Snores On” by Karma Wilson and Jane Chapman is one of 10 children’s books about winter that KSL contributor Megan Christensen recommends you immediately put on hold at your local library. (Margaret K. McElderry books) Estimated reading time: 6-7 minutes COZYTOWN – With winter in the air and COVID-19 still surging, we could all … Read more

3 New Studies Show Weight Loss Isn’t Just About Diet and Exercise

3 New Studies Show Weight Loss Isn’t Just About Diet and Exercise

Estimated reading time: 5-6 minutes “All you have to do is eat less and move more.” Not only is that flatly wrong, but it’s extremely frustrating to hear, especially from your doctor. Unfortunately, your doctor shares some very old concepts with you. It takes about 17 years for discoveries from scientific research to reach your … Read more

New book by Utah author explores individual potential and self-worth

Estimated reading time: 3-4 minutes “Every person, whether they know it or not, matters.” That’s what Utah author Gayle Holdman hopes her new children’s book, “The Piece That Is You,” will communicate to readers of all ages. For nearly 30 years, Holdman worked alongside her husband Tom in their world famous stained glass business. This … Read more

Feds investigating whether SC ‘unnecessarily’ institutionalizes people with mental illnesses

Feds investigating whether SC ‘unnecessarily’ institutionalizes people with mental illnesses

CHARLESTON, SC (WCSC) – Officials with the U.S. Department of Justice’s Civil Rights Division announced Wednesday that they have launched an investigation under the Americans with Disabilities Act to determine whether the state of Carolina Sud subjected adults with mental illness to unnecessary institutionalization and the risk of institutionalization in adult homes. According to Justice … Read more

Study: Reasonable intermittent fasting may be good for heart health

Study: Reasonable intermittent fasting may be good for heart health

Orem’s Celeste Allred finds that a regular and sensible fasting schedule improves her overall health. (Heather Simonsen, KSL-TV) Estimated reading time: 2-3 minutes OREM — Have you ever wondered how effective intermittent fasting is? The hot diet trend may have health benefits far beyond weight loss, researchers say. Until recent changes in her eating habits, … Read more

Utah steps up services as calls for mental health crises rise

Utah steps up services as calls for mental health crises rise

The Huntsman Mental Health Institute at Research Park in Salt Lake City is pictured on November 4, 2019. Institute data shows a 32% increase in crisis calls in Utah in 2021, with 4% of those callers directly mentioning the pandemic. (Steve Griffin, Deseret News) Estimated reading time: 3-4 minutes SALT LAKE CITY – Data from … Read more

Magnolia Network withdraws show after Utah owners speak out on renovation nightmares

Magnolia Network withdraws show after Utah owners speak out on renovation nightmares

Designer Candis Meredith, left; owner Aubry Bennion, center; and Andy Meredith are pictured on Bennion’s porch at her Bountiful home in this undated photo during her renovation in which she hired the Merediths to oversee the work. (Aubry Bennion) Estimated reading time: 7-8 minutes ABUNDANT – When Aubry Bennion’s kitchen renovation process began in October … Read more

Hospitalizations skyrocket among children too young for COVID vaccines

Hospitalizations skyrocket among children too young for COVID vaccines

Registered Nurse Morgan Flynn works in a patient’s room in the COVID-19 intensive care unit at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center in Lebanon, New Hampshire on Monday, January 3. Hospitalizations among U.S. children under 5 with COVID have increased dramatically to unprecedented levels, a worrying trend among young people too young to be vaccinated. (Steven Senne, Associated … Read more