How to Grocery Shop for Better Heart Health

By Kary Woodruff
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How often do you go to the grocery store and come away with a cart full of who-knows-what? It happens all the time, and it often means you're grabbing items that are less heart healthy. Let me share a few tips with you on how to grocery shop so you and your family can eat more heart healthy.

Protect your family: Install carbon monoxide alarms

By Jason M Carlton
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Earlier this week, news organizations throughout Utah reported on the death of four family members at a home in Idaho from carbon monoxide. It’s a tragic story, and unfortunately it’s a headline we hear multiple times each year. Dr Lindell Weaver, Division Chief and Medical Director of Hyperbaric Medicine at Intermountain Medical Center and LDS Hospital, offers insight into the silent killer and what to look for in a carbon monoxide alarm for your home and place of work. 

Three Mothering Lessons Breastfeeding Taught Me

By Marilee Kellis
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So often we hear a new mother lament, “I wish my baby came with an instruction manual!” Mothers want something tangible to go to that will tell them how to care for not only their infants but also for their children as they grow into childhood -- how to interpret their cries, how to distinguish needs from wants, and how to help them eat and sleep and care for themselves, among so many other unknowns.