It is maddening.
Working out has many positive effects on your body. Besides keeping it in good shape, your body’s chemistry will see benefits. After a while you may even decide to help your body out by eating better.
“I’m fat.” It’s a phrase more than a few Americans utter to themselves in front of a mirror in those lowest of moments. But maybe you’re just full-figured? Nope. Your doctor says it’s time to lose some weight. Your scale says it and a few online calculators have weighed in on the issue, too.
Two respiratory viruses in different parts of the world have captured the attention of global health officials - a novel coronavirus in the Middle East and a new bird flu spreading in China.
Over 2,000 uninsured patients receive free medical care at the Volunteers in Medicine of Southern Nevada’s clinic at Paradise Park, inside the old recreation center. The nonprofit is now getting ready to establish a second free clinic for those who don’t have access to health care services.
Nevada kindergartners have a weighty problem, according to a statewide survey released Thursday of more than 8,000 families with children starting school.
A private psychiatric hospital in Las Vegas is stepping up to help mentally ill youth with a “very overdue” expansion to services.
Even as Shannon West Redwine writhed in pain at Sunrise Hospital in September, she had a message: With a family history of breast cancer and/or ovarian cancer, genetic testing for relatives can mean the difference between life and death.
Barb Morris has had shingles, carpal tunnel syndrome, heart problems, abdominal pains and pains in her neck, back and thighs. She has smoked, has drunk too much, has suffered depression and has used illicit drugs.
Keeping your business afloat in a tough economy is one thing. Keeping your business afloat in a tough economy while finding time to volunteer at an animal shelter, compete in triathlons, help a child through a kidney transplant or battle cancer? That’s another level of achievement altogether.