Health in Lindon, UT

Welcome to Seasons Salon and Day Spa. The atmosphere at Seasons is one of complete relaxation and catering to the client, it is a place of pampering and comfort. All services are unique and client oriented. We have a warm, friendly, caring staff that will create an experience to remember, one that you will look forward to repeating.

Using genomics, our scientists can analyze your DNA to look for known disease-causing gene mutations. If these are present, it can often indicate a higher risk for related disease.

Intermountain Healthcare and University of Utah Health were named as two of the 150 Top Places to Work in Health care by Becker's Hospital Review.

Make a healthier macaroni and cheese with this recipe that uses healthy substitutions to improve the nutritional quality without sacrificing flavor.

Cycling to work is linked to a lower risk of heart disease, which suggests that recreational or commuter biking may prove a significant health strategy.

May is National Physical Fitness and Sports Month, here are six activities to get moving.

Veganism is definitely having a moment, and for Rebecca Hills, 20, it was a way of hiding in plain sight.

This Spring, be a sensation. Come in for one of our signature treatments and let us help you look and feel your best for the new season. Purchase your instant gift certificate and book an appointment today

State personal income increased 4.5 percent in 2018, after increasing 4.4 percent in 2017, according to estimates released today by the Bureau of Economic Analysis (table 1). In 2018, personal income increased in all states and the District of Columbia. The percent change in personal income across all states ranged from 6.8 percent in Washington to 2.9 percent in Hawaii.

The program uses a mix of home visits and telehealth technologies to bring more services to the home.

Study finds that taking statins for heart disease cuts risk of second serious event in half, yet only 6 percent of patients are following as directed.

Spring is here, and it's time to update your look for the new season and warmer weather. Come in for one of our signature treatments, such as our Salt Glow with Full Body Massage, and let us help you make March magnificent

Ask the Expert is an event hosted by KUTV News and Intermountain Healthcare. The day-long program features experts sharing advice on various health topics every second Tuesday of the month.

Revenue Cycle Solutions Summit keynote speaker Karl West warned that revenue cycle is an important target for cybercriminals because of the information that flows through it.

Today, Kathy continues her conversation with Dr. Nicole Hawkins they pick up where they left off about the power of the narrative and what she likes her patients to focus on in their first year of recovery. Dr. Nicole Hawkins received her PhD in clinical/counseling psychology from Utah State University in 1999. In partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree, she completed a dissertation entitled “The Impact of the Ideal Thin Body Image on Women.” She completed her internship at th

(KUTV) — After carrying a child for nine months and giving birth, moms often feel a connection with baby from the start. But for dads, sometimes it feels like playing catch-up one baby is born. “I didn’t feel a strong connection with my baby at first, and I really strongly desired that,” says Paul Smee. Starting from day one, it’s essential that dads put in the time and effort.

A one-size-fits-all approach to prediabetes treatment does not work for all patients. Intermountain Healthcare offers three pathways to prevent type 2 diabetes.

Wondering how to prevent high blood pressure as you age? Here are things you can do every day to be heart healthy.

Simple, effective and most of all fun! Fantastic Christmas crafts for toddlers that they'll love and you will too! Ornaments, Christmas tree crafts and more

Education for physicians and healthcare administrators to learn how to improve quality and reduce healthcare costs. Online resources and onsite training conducted by Brent James, M.D.

Do you know if you are at risk for diabetes? Do you know your risk? Find out here:

Feeling like you can’t escape a cranky mood? You may be dehydrated—here’s why staying hydrated is important.

Back to school season often means head lice, but with a few common-sense preventive steps, you can stop those critters in their tracks.

Most gun owners own firearms for many reasons including protection. But nobody wants to see their firearm used in a suicide or unintentional injury. Today, Leah Colburn, Community Suicide Prevention Coordinator at Primary Children’s Hospital stopped by to talk about gun locks and safe storage to help keep our loved ones safe. Safe gun storage is key to preventing unintentional injuries and suicides.

Becoming a father for the first time is cause for celebration and happiness. But one study finds new dads may also struggle with depression.

Wondering how to protect your family from wildfire smoke? Here’s how to stay safe from poor air quality.

Nicole Hawkins, PhD, CEDS
April Hackert, MS, RDN, CEDRD
The Power of Pleasure: Embracing the Joy of Eating Well
Quinn Nystrom, M.S.
Michael E. Berrett, PhD, CEDS
The Secret Sauce of Psychotherapy

Backpack? Check. School supplies? Check. New fall clothes? Check.Remember to get immunizations for your kids before school starts this month. Beginning this school year House Bill 308 signed into law by Governor Gary Herbert in 2017 will go into effect.Wha