Refugee Experience

By Patricia Avelar I was shadowing Dr. Kirby as he conducted a refugee screening with a woman from Somali and two of her small children.  As he asked the woman general questions about her and her children’s health, she explained through an interpreter that she had three other children in addition to the two present … More Refugee Experience

Wilderness Medicine 101

By Sean McNamara, MD This article contains broad and over simplified medical recommendations and should not be interpreted as definitive medical management. The right thing to do in ALL scenarios is seek professional emergency assistance.    Many Utah transplants live here for one reason:  beer. Not. It’s the mountains. Skiing, hiking, biking, fishing, off-roading, camping, … More Wilderness Medicine 101