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When Nothing Else Works - Magnetic Therapy

10/6/2018
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In Part One of When Nothing Else Works, Peter Samore introduces us to magnetic therapy. For some people who have depression, and they've spent years trying talk therapies and dozens of medications, they don't know where to turn. Some patients have found relief with electroconvulsive therapy. In this episode, we hear from a patient and a doctor from the University Neuropsychiatric Institute.

Duration:00:09:58

When Nothing Else Works - Ketamine Therapy

10/6/2018
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When Nothing Else Works for people suffering from depression, some have found relief from Ketamine therapy. KSL's Peter Samore explains Ketamine is an anesthetic used to induce sleep for patients during surgery, but when used in much smaller doses over a much longer period of time, it can have a different effect. The co-founder of the Utah Ketamine Clinic in American Fork understands there is both fierce opposition and fierce support for this treatment. We hear in this episode from both a...

Duration:00:07:12

When Nothing Else Works - Parent-Child Interaction Therapy

10/6/2018
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What do parents do when a child is overly aggressive or out of control and they don't know what to do? In part three of When Nothing Else Works, Mary Richards introduces us to PCIT or Parent-Child Interaction Therapy. This is a research based therapy offered at several places in Utah, and it is helping many families to survive and even thrive. Dr. Brooks Keeshin explains what it is all about, and we meet a mother who tells us how it lead to a breakthrough for her child.

Duration:00:09:52

When Nothing Else Works - Outpatient therapies in Utah

10/6/2018
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Depression in teenagers can be one of the hardest things to treat. When parents and families feel like they've tried everything at home, one of the treatments they turn to is outpatient day therapies like Wasatch Canyons. In this final installment of When Nothing Else Works, Peter Samore introduces us to a mother who tells us about her daughter's experience at Wasatch Canyons. We also meet an LCSW who talks about what can happen when teenagers arrive for therapy.

Duration:00:05:03

Returning Remains: What it takes to use genealogy to reconnect remains of WWII soldiers with their families

10/6/2018
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Over 82,000 soldiers are still considered missing in action 73 years after the end of World War II. The Department of Defense believes that just under half of those are recoverable. But there are programs in the defense department dedicated to making sure those soldiers get home -- even all these years later. KSL Newsradio's Kira Hoffelmeyer tells us more about a program at Brigham Young University that uses genealogy to connect lost soldiers with their families. Brian Martin, co-host...

Duration:00:07:30

Returning Remains: BYU and the Army partner to return remains of MIA/POW soldiers to their families

10/6/2018
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Over 82,000 soldiers are still considered missing in action 73 years after the end of World War II. The Department of Defense believes that just under half of those are recoverable. But there are programs in the defense department dedicated to making sure those soldiers get home -- even all these years later. KSL Newsradio's Kira Hoffelmeyer tells us more about a program at Brigham Young University that uses genealogy to connect lost soldiers with their families. Brian Martin, co-host...

Duration:00:08:51

Returning Remains: Using genealogy to connect families with missing WWII soldiers

10/6/2018
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Over 82,000 soldiers are still considered missing in action 73 years after the end of World War II. The Department of Defense believes that just under half of those are recoverable. But there are programs in the defense department dedicated to making sure those soldiers get home -- even all these years later. KSL Newsradio's Kira Hoffelmeyer tells us more about a program at Brigham Young University that uses genealogy to connect lost soldiers with their families. Brian Martin, co-host...

Duration:00:07:05

Returning Remains: BYU helps reconnect MIA soldiers with genealogy

10/6/2018
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Over 82,000 soldiers are still considered missing in action 73 years after the end of World War II. The Department of Defense believes that just under half of those are recoverable. But there are programs in the defense department dedicated to making sure those soldiers get home -- even all these years later. Brian Martin, co-host of Utah's Morning News, also speaks with Jill Crandell, a professor at BYU and the director of the school's Family History and Genealogy Center. She tells us...

Duration:00:08:31

"Saints: The Standard of Truth," and how it can bless your life

10/5/2018
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"Saints: The Story of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in the Latter Days" is the first volume in the series "The Standard of Truth" is the first historical series published by the church since 1930. The first volume of the four-part series begins in 1815 and ends in 1846 in Nauvoo, Illinois. You get your own copy of the book in 14 different languages on your Gospel Library App, buy a soft-back edition at any Church Distribution Center, or download it anywhere you get...

Duration:00:34:56

Debunking Modern-Day Motherhood Myths

4/3/2018
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Host of The Mom Show on KSL Newsradio, Lindsay Aerts, explores modern-day motherhood myths; how social networking, media images, and other messages can make moms feel inadequate. She explores myths such as enjoying motherhood all the time, the myth that what you're seeing on TV and on social media is true to reality, and the myth that there's one right way to parent. She explores how these myths are widening the gap between what we think is possible in motherhood and how our lives really...

Duration:00:31:06

Into All the World

4/1/2018
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President Russell M. Nelson of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Elder Jeffrey R. Holland of the Quorum of the 12 Apostles and their wives, Wendy Watson Nelson and Patricia Holland will embark on a trip on April 10th, that will literally take them around the world. They'll travel to London, Israel, Africa, Thailand and China as part of the 13-day trip. It isn't the first time a church President has traveled like this, but it's been more than a decade. For President...

Duration:00:34:31

Seeking a Path to Safety

3/31/2018
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“Seeking a Path to Safety” is a conversation between KSL’s Amanda Dickson and the leading thinkers from law enforcement, mental health, government and family about how we can keep our schools safer – and not just our schools, but our churches, theaters and other public places. How do we help the young people who have grown up never knowing a time when “school shooting” was not a thing? What can we do when we know someone who seems dangerous? What part of the puzzle is arming our...

Duration:00:35:12

Boosting Our Boys Grades

3/31/2018
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Nationally, 61 percent of college graduates are women; in Utah, girls own an 11 percent lead in Sage testing when it comes to Language Arts. This is just a snapshot of the worldwide problem where boys are being left behind academically, while girls are flourishing. Dave Noriega and Debbie Dujanovic talk to experts to help determine the cause of the gender grade gap and some possible solutions to that will benefit boys without negatively affecting girls.

Duration:00:32:22

Progressive Power Solutions - General Conference Special Edition

3/31/2018
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KSL NewsRadio Jeff Caplan is joined by Norman Harrison from Progressive Power Solutions to talk about why Progressive Power Solutions should be your choice for solar in Utah. Join Jeff and Norman during this special Conference Conversations.

Duration:00:09:45

Forgiveness and Health

10/1/2017
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The bible commands us to forgive others, and, according to some research, your health may depend on it. Doctors say letting go of grudges and bitterness can make way for happiness, health, peace, better relationships, and greater spiritual, physical and mental well-being. But not forgiving can cause anxiety, stress, and hostility. During this hour, Dr. Todd Thatcher of Valley Behavioral Health explains about how to get down to the underlying issues that may keep us from forgiving. We also...

Duration:00:32:52

The Road to Fertility

10/1/2017
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Dr. Russell Foulk of Utah Fertility Center talks about hope for couples facing the challenge of creating a family. Dr. Foulk will discuss various fertility problems and their medical solutions. You'll learn many fertility problems can be easily and quickly solved through evaluation and non-surgical treatment. You'll also meet a couple who experienced extremely difficult fertility problems and learn about their path to successful parenthood.

Duration:00:37:36

A Crisis of Faith

9/30/2017
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Headlines and studies point to declining numbers in congregations, especially millennials, but not everyone agrees. Even if it is true, no one knows why they’re leaving. Over the last month, KSL Newsradio’s Brianna Bodily has investigated - pouring over studies, reading articles, gathering people’s personal stories and interviewing both religious leaders and experts. Click the link to join in her investigation and see if you can figure out why so many people are discarding religion in this...

Duration:00:28:12

Debunking Modern-day Motherhood Myths

9/30/2017
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Host of The Mom Show on KSL Newsradio, Lindsay Aerts, explores modern-day motherhood myths; how social networking, media images, and other messages can make moms feel inadequate. She explores myths such as enjoying motherhood all the time, the myth that what you're seeing on TV and on social media is true to reality, and the myth that there's one right way to parent. She explores how these myths are widening the gap between what we think is possible in motherhood and how our lives really...

Duration:00:32:48

Parenting in the Modern World: Suicide and parenting

4/3/2017
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The JayMac News Show's Jay McFarland talks about suicide in your children and how to handle it. Kim Myers, a suicide prevention coordinator for the Utah Division of Substance Abuse and Mental Health, talks about how to tell if someone close to you is experiencing suicidal thoughts and how to reach out them, especially if they're your children.

Duration:00:05:20

Parenting in the Modern World: It's okay to get help as parents

4/3/2017
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KSL Newsradio's JayMcFarland hosts a special hour during General Conference and talks to Kim Myers, a suicide prevention coordinator with the Utah Division of Substance Abuse and Mental Health, about suicide in our young people. Suicide is one of the biggest causes of death for young people in our nation. Jay also reflects on his personal experiences with suicide.

Duration:00:10:01