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Timeline: August 15, 2016 10:30 am Blog Post

SALT LAKE CITY; University of Utah Health and Wellness

As each of us move through our day, there are occurrences when stress, anxiety, or nervousness affect our ability to function at our peak performance level. Granted, asking our body and mind to kick out 100% velocity 24/7 is a bit much, but all in all, it is generally what we ask of ourselves. Getting reports completed, keeping meetings and schedules current, and satisfying those around us who ask the upmost of our abilities takes a toll. Both mentally and physically. …


Salt Lake City — May 1, 2016, 10:31 am

Dr. Nassir Marrouche dropped jaws at the Heart Rhythm Symposium this week, introducing MRI (magnetic resonance imaging) as a basis for a new staging evaluation on patients diagnosed with atrial fibrillation. This ‘staging’ or level of gradient diagnosis concept, gives physicians a measurement of diseased tissue condition to determine treatments and outcome.

At the Heart Rhythm Society 2015 conference, Dr. Marrouche, Executive Director of the Comprehensive Arrhythmia Research and Management (CARMA) Center at the University of Utah Health System, and his team presented intriguing new research into personalized AFib treatment. This…


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You’re a pediatrician, working long days and late hours. The smallest of 4-year old’s lies on the examination bed, mother lying next to her and daddy standing as close to the bed as possible. The tight knit little family entered the emergency room 20 minutes ago, after having little Angela develop a high fever, vomiting, irritability/delirium, and sensitivity to bright lights. Everything is pointing to spinal…


My Education, My Passion

Capri Bailey | Dec. 10, 2017

At the age of 45, I had just completed my Bachelors of Science in Business Marketing and was entering a graduate program, Masters of Education/Secondary Ed. Teaching Certification. The completion of this combined degree would launch me into a career I have wanted for many years; to be a high school Business Department teacher. The M.Ed. would give me a salary comparable to my current job as an Administrative Assistant at the local University. …


Timeline: August 15, 2016 10:30 A.M. Blog Post #1

Positive Mind, Healthy Body: Can One Affect the Other?

SALT LAKE CITY, UT-

As each of us move through our day, there are occurrences when stress, anxiety, or nervousness affect our ability to function at our peak performance level.

Granted, asking our body and mind to kick out 100% velocity 24/7 is a bit much, but all in all, it is generally what we ask of ourselves. Getting reports completed, making schedules, and satisfying those around us who ask the utmost of our abilities, takes a toll. And that’s just at…


Dental Anxiety — How Do I Cope?

You turn the page on your daily schedule, and there it is, your dental appointment. You knew it was coming up and have been dreading it for a week now. After canceling it twice, you realize you need to follow through on this appointment, but know you won’t sleep tonight, or tomorrow for that matter. How can you get past the anxiety and fear of sitting in the dentist’s

Dentist examining teeth.

Dental Anxiety — How Do I Cope?

You turn the page on your daily schedule, and there it is, your dental appointment. You knew…


Consequence + Healing

Everyone has experienced it …

You’re focused and working when out of nowhere, the office gossip appears, pulls out a chair, sits down indignantly, and proceeds to tell you so-and-so isn’t doing their share of a project, is taking way too long on their lunch hour, or (god-forbid) flirting mercilessly with the new VP of Human Resource.

You swore the last time this happened, you were going to remove that extra chair. But alas, here they are, taking up space, time, and your good nature.

Gossip is not group participation; it is expereinced on an individual basis, making your situation personal with possible acccuations.

Office gossip is more than just these things though, and can lead to the disintegration of a…

Capri Bailey

Capri has been writing for over 15 years, ad agency experienced, she moved into freelance copywriting, focusing on clear messaging and descriptive dialogue.

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