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In June, we recognize National Men's Health Month and Father's Day.

'State of America's Fathers' examines parenthood in 2016

- Deseret News

New national report says fathers are more involved than ever before. But they still need help in a nation that has two distinct fatherhood experiences, one for haves and the other for have-nots.

Tips for healthy, safe summer

Schools are closing, pools are opening and BBQs are firing up as we start our summer in the greatest way by saluting in honor and remembrance the men and women (as well as the families of those) who died while serving in our U.S. military.

This image released by Disney shows a scene from the animated film, "Zootopia." (Disney via AP)

Disney's 'Zootopia' is wildly entertaining

- Associated Press

Just when it was looking like animated animal movies had run out of anything original to say, along comes the smartly amusing, crisply relevant "Zootopia" to handily demonstrate there's still plenty of bite left in the anthropomorphic CG menagerie.

FILE - In this undated image released earlier this year by the New York City Health Department, a graphic warning NYC consumers of high salt content in foods that is now required on menus at many fast-food and chain restaurants is already headed for a court fight. The National Restaurant Association says it filed a lawsuit in Manhattan on Thursday, two days after the first-of-its-kind rule took effect. The rule requires chain restaurants to put the salt-shaker icon on menu items that top the recommended daily limit of 2,300 milligrams of sodium, about a teaspoon of salt. (Antonio D'Angelo/New York City Health Department via AP)

Please, don't pass the salt

It has been postulated that diets high in sodium contribute to an annual 2.3 million cardiovascular deaths worldwide and is responsible for 1-in-10 U.S. deaths. And researchers also found that 40 percent of these deaths affect adults 69 years of age or younger.

Jurassic World velociraptor claws (Photo Hasbro.com)

Hazardous toy WATCH list 2015

- Associated Press

Dinosaur claws inspired by the movie "Jurassic World" and a quick-folding trampoline are among the items on a consumer watchdog group's annual list of hazardous toys released Wednesday.

In this image released by Universal Pictures, various minion characters appear in a scene from the animated feature, "Minions." (Illumination Entertainment/Universal Pictures via AP)


The title of "Minions" refers to its main characters, a troop of bright-yellow, pill-shaped creatures who served as comic relief henchmen in the first two "Despicable Me" films. But it might as well refer to its intended audience, the very young children who are most likely to be amused by this silly, superficial, commercial trifle.