| May 30, 2010
| 4:36 PM
There has been a proliferation of high school athletes trying to get NCAA eligible from poor grades by taking online courses, and the NCAA is cracking down, saying it will no longer accept online high school courses from Brigham Young......
| May 13, 2010
| 4:34 PM
Sometimes it can be too darn hot even for a lizard. Cold-blooded creatures that have to soak up the rays to get going might seem like the last animals you would expect to be threatened by global warming. Well, you......
| May 11, 2010
| 4:34 AM
CHEYENNE, Wyo. â The grizzly took Jerry Ruth by surprise, bursting from thick brush and biting his jaw almost completely off. On the ground and barely able to see, Ruth grabbed his .41-caliber Magnum revolver and started shooting. The third......
| Jan 11, 2010
If your doctor advised a treatment that involved leeches and bloodletting, you might take a second glance at that diploma on the wall. For the same reason, you should think twice about whom you see as a therapist, says a team of psychological researchers....
| Mar 18, 2011
Richard B. Wirthlin, a pollster and strategist whose research, particularly on voters' personal values, helped steer Ronald Reagan's political career from his early years as California governor through his two terms in the White House, has died. He turned...
| Jan 3, 2011
Put away the eggnog and break out the tennis shoes — it's New Year's resolution time, and no doubt millions have made the pledge to get fit. Many of them will join a gym only to find they're bored with the monotony of cardio equipment and weight...
| Jul 27, 2010
| 1:47 PM
It's pretty clear that eating a healthy diet, exercising, not smoking and not drinking to excess are factors linked to longevity. Perhaps the most ignored but potentially powerful strategy, however, is being a social butterfly.
In a study published...
| Sep 13, 2010
The best medicine for a longer, healthier life may be the support of family and friends: That's the conclusion of an exhaustive July report looking at studies over three decades on social relationships and mortality.
People with adequate social...
| Sep 25, 2011
| 3:53 PM
Megan Judson and Nate Vereb had been good friends since 2008, when they were classmates at Buena High School in Ventura. But after graduation, Judson had taken off for Brigham Young University in Utah.
When she came home that summer, their friendship...
| Oct 28, 2008
Today's question: What is your view of what would happen to the estimated 11,000 or more gay and lesbian marriages that already have been performed in this state since the state Supreme Court ruling, should Proposition 8 pass? Previously, Jean and Broyles...
| Oct 10, 2013
| 8:53 AM
Looking at one or two Instagram photos of food could make your stomach grumble. But looking at too many can actually decrease your appetite.
Really. According to a study at Brigham Young University of 232 people, food was less enjoyable after the...