The arrest of Mark Nigh, a co-owner of an in-home day care accused of sexually abusing at least three young girls under the age of 3, has raised many concerns among parents. How do we keep our children safe? One answer, a local expert says, might be found in a coloring book.
Your great-great-grandmother might have called for a wet nurse. In today's e-commerce world, if you're having trouble breast-feeding, you can easily buy breast milk online and feed your baby yourself. But some experts say the risks to your infant's health and safety are significant.
Ethan Gurr likes to collect "treasures," according to his mom, but the 8-year-old's latest find has doctors testing Ethan's blood to ensure that he wasn't exposed to HIV, hepatitis and other blood-borne diseases.
Mary Clare Jalonick, Associated Press | Posted Jan 10th - 4:38pm
Strains of listeria found inside a California apple packing facility match listeria bacteria that have sickened 32 people across the country, including at least three deaths, the Food and Drug Administration said.
Two recent house fires along the Wasatch Front were sparked by space heaters and complications with their wiring. Because of this, firefighters and the Red Cross of Utah are urging consumers to be cautious with the handy heating machines.
This year's report cards for Utah's schools show about the same distribution of A, B, C, D and F grades as last year, but with several new calculation metrics, according to data released Monday by the Utah State Office of Education.
Erika Edwards, NBC News | Posted Dec 1st - 5:02pm
The U.S. Public Interest Research Group has released it's annual "Trouble in Toyland" report, which highlights the dangers posed by popular toys. A separate new study found the annual rate of toy-related injuries has risen 40 percent in the past two decades.
Most drivers know the usual safety tips for holiday travel: go the speed limit, don't drink or text and drive, and wear your seat belt. But do you know which of these tips is most important, even when you're following all the other rules of safe driving?
Lindsey Tanner, Associated Press | Posted Nov 10th - 7:10pm
Accidental poisonings from squishy laundry detergent packets sometimes mistaken for toys or candy landed more than 700 U.S. children in the hospital in just two years, researchers report. Coma and seizures were among the most serious complications.