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After Jessica Baynes suffered from a traumatic brain injury, she used her recovery to enhance, not hinder, her work. (Photo by Scotty Hardwire | Courtesy Jessica Baynes)

Artist of the Week: Jessica Baynes

By Hannah Keating, Arts Editor February 13, 2020

  When Jessica Baynes was a freshman in the University of Utah Modern Dance Program, she suffered a traumatic brain injury when she fell out of a leap and landed on the back of her skull. Unbeknownst...

Chavez: Seeking Help for Mental Health Should Be as Normal as Treating Physical Injuries

Chavez: Seeking Help for Mental Health Should Be as Normal as Treating Physical Injuries

By Paij Chavez, Opinion Writer June 5, 2019

  Just as it is not looked down upon to visit your physician for a check-up, stitches or antibiotics, seeing a mental health professional should also be considered a normal, acceptable behavior....

(Courtesy of University of Utah Department of Physical Therapy)

U’s Diabetes Prevention Program Shows Great Potential

February 25, 2015

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] One in three people in this country are at risk of type 2 diabetes or have pre-diabetes, and the Center for Disease Control has launched a prevention program to fight...

(Photo Courtesy of Student Run Pro Bono Clinic Marketing Team)

Clinic Helps Both Students and Community

By Julianne Skrivan February 9, 2015

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] While some students catch up on extra sleep Saturday mornings, a group of physical therapy students head down to Midvale and provide treatment and care to those who...

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