The Nevada Division of Insurance said Wednesday that it has approved 2016 health insurance rates for individual and small-group coverage.
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Health fair planned Sept. 12 at Spring Valley Hospital
Eko Devices, a smart medical device startup, announced on Wednesday that its Eko Core product has been cleared by the FDA. That means doctors around the country can use the technology on patients.
Nevada officials on Tuesday announced receiving an $11 million federal grant to expand mental health services for children.
Another prominent health care organization is planting its flag in Southern Nevada. Comprehensive Cancer Centers of Nevada and the University of Southern California Norris Comprehensive Cancer Center announced a partnership Tuesday.
Pain management is a basic human right – what can make treatment challenging is that others cannot see, feel or touch it. It can become difficult sometimes for those from the outside to believe, understand or feel compassion for those who are suffering, especially when it is a chronic, daily struggle.
MMountainView Hospital on Monday announced a $90 million expansion project. The work will include the addition of 64 beds, the expansion of women's services, the upgrade of the neonatal intensive care unit, the expansion of the emergency department and a new medical office building.
Five more California inmates have been diagnosed with Legionnaires' disease at San Quentin State Prison, as officials work to determine the source of the outbreak and minimize its spread, the state corrections department said on Sunday.
The fatal brain-eating amoeba has struck once again, this time claiming the life of a 14-year-old star athlete
In a major breakthrough in the battle against cancer, researchers believe they’ve found a way to retrain cancerous cells to die in the same way healthy cells do.
Need beta blockers to bring down your blood pressure? Cholesterol lowering agents? Antibiotics? You name it, you can find it on the Internet. All the popular brand-name drugs are readily available online at discounted prices, and often without a valid prescription. However, The World Health Organization estimates as many as 50% of illicit online pharmacies are selling counterfeit medications.
Larry Rubin, a retired podiatrist, is asking people to bare their "soles": He and his wife, Arlene, are the founders of the Lower Extremity Amputation Prevention Alliance.
Henderson mayor proclaims Aug. 21 as Henderson First Senior Citizen Day
Opening two new medical schools in Southern Nevada will bring more than brick and mortar changes. Doctors who also teach will shift affiliations, and some students will end up on opposite ends of the state.
According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the number of 13- to 17-year-old boys and girls who received the human papillomavirus, or HPV, vaccine did increase "slightly" in 2014 for the second year in a row.
In Nevada, there are 558 people waiting on an organ transplant list, including 76 African-Americans, 119 Hispanics, 78 Asians and 12 American Indians.
Touro officials welcomed the 135 students at an orientation paving the way for their four years of classroom, laboratory and clinical study to become doctors of osteopathic medicine.
Children who don't get enough sleep might be more tempted by food, a new study suggests.
The life-saving bacteria from the guts of people with healthy fecal matter can help cure those with gut-wrenching bad bacteria. When their healthy microbes are placed inside the intestines of a sick person they can chase out harmful C. difficile bacteria. It's called a fecal transplant.
Nevada Health CO-OP, a nonprofit insurer created by the Affordable Care Act and federally funded to offer health coverage through the Nevada Health Link marketplace, said Wednesday that it cannot make enough money to stay in business after Jan. 1.
A bottle can be found on just about every bathroom countertop or in just about every medicine cabinet in America.
As technology becomes increasingly omnipresent, some people have begun to ask if we own our technology or if it owns us. For some of us, has technology become an addiction?
Just like toppling a domino, touching someone triggers a complex chain reaction that can foster healing.
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