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The Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP) is a state health insurance plan for children. Working Utah families who do not have other health insurance may qualify for CHIP, with eligibility dependent on family size and income. CHIP provides children with access to many medical services such as dental care, doctor visits, immunizations, hospital and emergency care.
The U.S. government's dietary guidelines. (United States Department of Agriculture)
Updated annually by the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), this site information on countries, including geography, people, government, economy, communications, transportation, and the military. Printable maps and flags of for each country are also available.
The site has detailed information on over 5,000 colleges and universities in the United States, including admission requirements, degrees and majors offered, available financial aid, and much more. It is searchable in a variety of ways, including a “College Matchmaker” tool. The site includes AP and SAT practice tests and features include three college side by side comparisons.
This website is designed to help students navigate the process of selecting, applying to, and being successful in college. (Oklahoma State University)
The Utah Department of Transportation provides current information on Utah traffic conditions with a focus on the Wasatch Front. The interactive maps and cameras show users current traffic speeds, construction areas, accidents and inclement weather. This site also features emergency, travel and road weather alerts.
This product research site collects reviews, analyzes them and gives recommendations on what to buy. It includes many categoriesm including automotive, family and pets, and home and garden. This site also reviews infomercial gadgets and gizmos, determining which products live up to the hype.
Consumer.gov is a resource provided by the Federal Trade Commission to educate consumers on money management and scams such as identity theft. Topics covered include credit, loans and debt. Each section has an audio option and many topics are covered by videos. This website is also available in Spanish.
Who knew math could be so much fun? Try out these games. (Coolmath)
Prepared and regularly updated by the regional bureaus of the U. S. Department of State, Country Fact Sheets provide brief travel and other information about most countries. Links are also provided to embassies and consulates.