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BYU student film featured at the world’s largest children’s film festival

By Tyler Stahle November 16, 2021 07:36 AM
The film depicts a mother and daughter in the African country of Senegal who work hard to harvest salt by day and enjoy music by night. The short film masterfully highlights the importance of family and joy without the use of dialogue between characters.

Can heat therapy mimic some vascular benefits of exercise? BYU researchers say yes

By Trevor Jones November 11, 2021 01:10 PM
Their research shows that passive heat therapy practically eliminates a near 30% decline in artery health that happens when people, perhaps because due to injury, become less physically active.

Financial insecurity, mental health conditions predict severe loneliness during pandemic

By Christie Allen November 08, 2021 04:38 PM
Surveying over 20,000 people in 101 countries from June to November 2020, the research found more than a three-fold spike in severe loneliness overall, with six percent of the sample reporting feeling lonely before the pandemic compared to 21% during.