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Ex-QB Jim McMahon talks of early-stage dementia | The Salt Lake Tribune

sltrib.com — “Chicago • Former Chicago Bears and BYU star quarterback Jim McMahon, who is suffering from early-stage dementia, has told a Chicago television station that while he appreciates what football has done for him, if he could do it over, he would play baseball. In an interview with Fox affiliate WFLD-TV, aired Wednesday, the 53-year-old McMahon says he knows where he’s going when in an airport.View full resource at sltrib.com

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Simple scope exam cuts colon cancer deaths | The Salt Lake Tribune

sltrib.com — “A simple, cheaper exam of just the lower part of the bowel can cut the risk of developing colon cancer or dying of the disease, a large federal study finds. Many doctors recommend a more complete test — colonoscopy — but many people refuse that costly, unpleasant exam.View full resource at sltrib.com

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A simple, cheaper test of just the lower part of the bowel cuts colon cancer deaths. Ream more: http://t.co/mUlMXWx9 #Brooklyn #cancer

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Autism funding becomes stumbling block in budget | The Salt Lake Tribune

sltrib.com — “House and Senate leaders were deadlocked Monday over whether to create a program insuring children with autism, how much to spend on roads and how much money to save. Republican leaders huddled in closed-door meetings for long stretches, trying to hammer out the remaining, thorny issues. House leadership has been clear that the autism pilot program is among the group’s top priorities.View full resource at sltrib.com

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Autism funding becomes stumbling block in budget: Autism funding becomes stumbling block in budget By Robert Geh... http://t.co/F0BL8Ja7

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Neural tube birth defects on rise in Utah - Salt Lake Tribune

sltrib.com — “Thousands of Utah women are getting free bottles of multivitamins in the hopes that none of their future children will develop deadly but preventable neural tube defects.View full resource at sltrib.com

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Matheson, other 'Blue Dog' Dems, meet with Obama on health care - Salt Lake Tribune

sltrib.com — “Washington » President Barack Obama talked about health care for more than an hour Tuesday with a group of fiscally conservative House Democrats, including Utahs Jim Matheson, who have expressed misgivings about the reform package moving through Congress.View full resource at sltrib.com

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Small Utah businesses urge health reform - Salt Lake Tribune

sltrib.com — “Rod Odekirk cant compete as a small business and offer health care. So in 2001, he dropped his employees coverage. Holding onto it, the owner of General Ceiling said, would have meant "I would be consistently outbid.View full resource at sltrib.com

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Utah's small businesses call for bold health reform http://bit.ly/TIE9k

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Hatch all for health reform this year, but issues warning to Dems - Salt Lake Tribune

sltrib.com — “Washington » With a new president pushing an aggressive agenda and an economic crisis highlighting the need to cut costs, Utah Sen. Orrin Hatch says Congress faces a unique opportunity to reform the U.View full resource at sltrib.com

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Aug health reform bill deadline: may be an uphill battle (or at least, to quote Sen. Hatch, just "warfare") http://tinyurl.com/bfkznr

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