26Julyallday18AugalldayTerry Scopes Art ExhibitRed Butte GardenEvent Type:Art
16Augallday18alldayThe Helper Arts, Music and Film Festival69 South Main StEvent Type:Art,Fairs and Festivals,Film,Music
16Augallday18alldayHELD Death Doula TrainingSalt Lake CityEvent Type:Classes & Workshops,Spirituality
By Paul Gahlinger | December 31, 2008
Provoked by a missing wallet, a real doc recalls a curious incident and an unlikely source of wisdom. by Paul Gahlinger, MD During a howling blizzard a couple of weeks ago I drove …
By Paul Gahlinger | November 3, 2008
Peter Matthiessen’s quest still inspires. (He visits SLC this month.)by Paul Gahlinger Peter Matthiessen is scheduled to give a public reading as part of the Authors Live series at …
By Paul Gahlinger | August 1, 2008
Fat people should really be called survivors. At least in Paleolithic times, that would be so. In the face of food shortage, the human body turned calories into fat—a sort of on-th …
By Paul Gahlinger | January 1, 2008
Paul Gahlinger is an adjunct professor at the University of Utah Medical School and medical director of the Davis County jail system but he is not what you’d call a typical M.D. Ra …
Your mail isn’t delivered in a biplane. Why hasn’t the vehicle for medical care changed since then? One area M.D. gives some fascinating background as to how this system came to be …
By Paul Gahlinger | September 29, 2007
Perhaps marrying more than one is not the real issue. People around the world love to snicker at the idiotic things done in the United States. There are the Pentecostal snake handl …
By Paul Gahlinger | August 31, 2007
Watch out when this religious levee breaks: Our weekday names are pagan. by Paul Gahlinger Our names for the days of the week don't make a whole lot of sense. Ask anyone, …
By Paul Gahlinger | July 30, 2007
Is medical tourism the solution? by Paul Gahlinger In 1993, Tony Ramirez went to the small hospital at Fall River Mills, in northern California with what he suspected was a broken …
By Paul Gahlinger | January 31, 2007
Wandering away from “home,” in its most basic sense, can get you into trouble. Create a sense of home, and you can learn to coexist with almost any environment. On the Saturday aft …
Home is about comfort and acceptance. The first step in creating your home is to see that your location is compatible, friendly, and protecting. That it welcomes you. The second st …
By Paul Gahlinger | November 10, 2006
Unearthing the story of psilocybin. In July 2006, the journal “Psychopharmacology” published a major research study about the ability of psilocybin—found in hallu …
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