• On Good Things Utah today – Have you been itching for a getaway? We have the top Airbnb listings state by state. And the one in Utah looks breathtaking!
  • Plus, a new study by University of Utah researchers debunks the stereotype of what type of men do the most domestic chores. The findings surprised the researchers: Religious men tackle household tasks like cooking and grocery shopping at even higher rates than nonreligious, progressive men. And both do more cooking and cleaning than the men who fall in between them on the faith scale. We take a closer look at the findings.
  • And new research provides evidence that body fat percentage and muscularity influence perceptions of parenting ability. The study, published in Evolutionary Psychological Science, found men and women with higher levels of body fat were perceived as better parents compared to those who were skinner. We are jumping in to this interesting topic and so much more on today’s first hour of GTU!