How pervasive is bias against women in the workplace? Well, it's literally in the air. That's one takeaway from a new study by two European researchers.
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While most young picky eaters grow out of their selective eating habits, a new study found that moderate and severe picky eating are associated with psychological issues such as anxiety, depression and attention-deficit/hyperactive disorder that may require intervention.
Many of the everyday items found around your home — from cosmetics to cleaners to vitamins and nutritional supplements to over-the-counter and prescription drugs — can be dangerous or deadly to an inquisitive child.
Many people who suffer from arthritis or other painful chronic conditions make a dose of a pain-relieving medication part of their daily routines.
The planned August opening of a new tower at St. Rose Dominican Hospital, Siena campus in Henderson starts a hospital building spurt in Southern Nevada that will add more than 400 rooms by the end of next year.
A Las Vegas developer plans to break ground in August on a $4 million, 24-bed center to care for those with dementia and Alzheimer's.
Nicholas Ballou binds his chest each day before leaving his home. It's so tight he often finds it hard to breathe and has gotten lightheaded. Throughout the day, he might touch his chest or adjust the wrap — a nervous habit. Nothing can be out of place.
Older adults who value sexual activity and engage in it have better social lives and psychological well-being, according to a small study from Scotland.
Saving historic buildings isn't always a high priority in Southern Nevada, but Boulder City has worked to make it so.
Public health officials are investigating a case of E. coli at the Lovelock Correctional Center, the Nevada Department of Corrections said Thursday.
Rather than just focusing on the mechanics of how babies are born, consider broadening the discussion based on the child’s age and ability to understand concepts.
A new study suggests the answers you're stumped to remember while awake may be easier to recall after a night's sleep.
Eight 8-ounce glasses of water a day keeps the doctor away — or does it? Researchers out of Harvard revealed it may be best to forget everything we've always known about proper hydration, according to a new report in the Harvard Health Letter.
A positive test for salmonella has caused Kroger to recall four of its seasonings. The grocery store chain is recalling Kroger Ground Cinnamon, Kroger Garlic Power, Kroger Coarse Ground Black Pepper and Kroger Bac'n Buds.
Centennial Hills Hospital Medical Center in Las Vegas today was among nine hospitals nationwide to earn Consumer Reports' highest rating for avoiding infections.
Although sugar is sweet to our taste buds, it can sour our health. Added sugar can pack on the pounds and cause associated problems of obesity, including diabetes. More recently, researchers have discovered that added sugar, on its own, regardless of other health problems, can more than double the risk of death from heart disease!
The anti-abortion group targeting Planned Parenthood released another video Tuesday, this one featuring an interview with a woman who says she worked in a clinic procuring tissue from aborted fetuses.
Teens are more likely to use electronic cigarettes if their friends and family view them as cool or acceptable, a new study suggests.
Looking to cut back on dessert and shed a few pounds? The University of Colorado School of Medicine suggests cockroaches — or pictures of the little buggers, at least.
The Internet may be responsible for selfies and misinformation, but it might also be a reason teens are becoming more responsible when it comes to their health.
The phone ringing. The baby crying. Hearing the world around us is an ability many people take for granted. But not Lin Adams, age 69.
Macular degeneration can deprive its victims of their central vision and render them blind. A new procedure coming to the Las Vegas Valley can literally bring eyesight to the blind.
It might be time for fashion-conscious women to trade their pumps for a pair of wedges or 1-inch kitten heels.
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