Babies who get homemade food may learn to like a wider variety of food types and be leaner than infants who eat store-bought products, a recent study suggests.
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If you feel like you’ve been “run over by a truck,” you’ve probably got the flu.
There’s something about an ocean breeze that does the soul good. That salty air, it turns out, can have more than just mental benefits.
University Medical Center officials plan to open a new urgent care facility in Enterprise, which could become the hospital’s busiest clinic.
University, health and city officials gathered for a town hall event Tuesday night looking forward to the development of the UNLV School of Medicine and the medical district surrounding it.
Health officials are reporting a surge in Southern Nevada flu cases so far this season, with double the number of hospitalizations and a 90 percent increase in reported cases compared to the same period last year.
At least one state lawmaker raised concern Tuesday about Gov. Brian Sandoval’s proposal to shut down a youth psychiatric hospital in Southern Nevada.
At many airports, people can eat a giant candy bar, a cinnamon roll the size of a dinner plate or deep-fried delicacies. AtMcCarran International Airport, visitors and locals can work off some of those calories at Zero Level Fitness and Wellness.
Looming over the upcoming legislative session is the big unknown of whether Congress will repeal the Affordable Care Act and what it would mean for Nevada.
Wanted: health care professionals, no medical degree required. That’s the pitch for a new UNLV School of Medicine program that aims to fill “a vital gap” in the health care system