Apr 17, 2019 3:00 pm MDTAnti-abortion Christians protest EPA loosening pollution standards, saying they will hurt unborn children Anti-abortion Christians are among those protesting limits on considering health benefits in regulating mercury and other toxic emissions from industrial sources like coal-burning power plants.
Erica Evans is a reporter for the InDepth team. She graduated from Stanford University in 2017 with a B.A. in international relations and an M.A. in journalism. Originally from Ohio, Erica spent four years living in Japan as a high schooler and a year-and-a-half in Korea as a missionary. In addition to working at the Stanford Daily student newspaper for three years, Erica has completed internships at Reuters, the Los Angeles Times, the Cipher Brief and the San Francisco Chronicle.
Apr 17, 2019 9:28 am MDTResearchers just 3D-printed a heart from human cells. Here's why scientists are excited ... and concerned Need a new heart? In the future, scientists may be able to make you one. But the prospect of artificial organs is raising questions about life expectancy, resources and what it means to be human.
Apr 5, 2019 10:19 am MDTDiscrimination case delayed, sexual harassment report forgotten in Title IX staff transition at Utah State University Utah State University representatives said staff changes are to blame for delays on two reports addressing allegations of discrimination and sexual harassment against a biology professor at Utah State University Eastern in Price.
Mar 20, 2019 1:13 pm MDTThe FDA has approved the first drug to treat postpartum depression. Here's how much it costs The drug could save the lives of mothers and children, according to the FDA, but it's expensive, averaging $34,000 per patient before discounts, and requires a stay in a hospital, according to Sage Therapeutics, the drug's manufacturer.
Mar 11, 2019 9:15 pm MDTUtah legislator apologizes for old Facebook posts. Young gay rights advocates are not satisfied A group of young adults organized a protest Monday at the State Capitol, calling on the governor, lieutenant governor and other legislators to make public statements that they do not support homophobia or transphobia.
Mar 8, 2019 1:09 pm MST'An enormous misunderstanding': The real reason the governor changed his support on the conversion therapy ban bill Gov. Gary Herbert issued an apology letter to young people who staged a protest outside his office following the collapse of a bill that would have banned conversion therapy for minors in Utah.