3 Things You Need to Know: April 29, 2019

> Starting next year, Utahns will only need to renew their driver's license every 8 years. That comes with a higher price tag thoguh. You’ll pay $52 instead of $32 to renew, but the per year cost remains about the same. With a good driving record, you’ll only need to visit the DMV every 16 years. (previously 4 years, then 5)

https://www.deseretnews.com/article/900068004/what-changes-with-the-eight-year-life-span-for-utah-drivers-licenses.html?fbclid=IwAR38gFWP7Nnb4WaYPl_mrtnFQkAubnxYL-UUx5u-4AttfivhaxyTzXPpLtg

> We live in a world where drones are delivering pizzas and orders from Amazon…and now organs. At the University of Maryland Medical Center, they’ve completed the first-ever organ delivery for a transplant. The delivery went to help a patient who was suffering from kidney failure. The hope is that drone delivery can cut waiting time by 70%.

https://www.ubergizmo.com/2019/04/organ-transplant-delivery-by-drones/

> Most Adults Should Get Second Measles Vaccine: With 700 people being quarantined and 695 confirmed active cases of the measles, new data advises adults born before 1989 should get a booster vaccine to ensure they're protected.

https://ksltv.com/412823/adults-need-second-measles-vaccine/?fbclid=IwAR2eRQo6FbA1OGh1vvwRTUqKqQiX4eYhlW1y3CgN7zavWlksk9r5syhmo9w

(BONUS THING YOU NEED TO KNOW!)

> Researchers say playing just a few minutes of a certain video game can help identify the earliest stages of Alzheimer's in ways medical tests can't. It’s a smartphone app called Sea Hero Quest. In the game you use your thumbs to move a little boat through a series of mazes. Researchers have found that players with a high genetic risk for Alzheimer's take less efficient routes to reach checkpoints in the game.

https://www.ksl.com/article/46540440/this-video-game-can-detect-early-stages-of-alzheimers-better-than-medical-tests-researchers-say?sfns=mo

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