Increasing Nevada’s screening rates for colorectal cancer would save dozens of lives each year, health experts said Friday at an event aimed at increasing public awareness about the disease.
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A local nonprofit is connecting with health care providers and patients to provide the latest news on technological advances in Parkinson’s disease research.
When children struggle with mental health, it can be difficult to notice. Sometimes, it’s shrugged off as normal teenage angst or behavioral battles, but other times, the internal war becomes a violent and physical combat sending children to the hospital. If parents and caretakers don’t see warning signs or shrug them off, school officials could be a student’s only safeguard.
UNLV researchers are working to develop sensors, small cameras and other imaging technology to analyze the content of people’s plates.
Nonprofit adds new location to serve low-income and underserved patients.
The U.S. government has shifted $34 million in funding to the National Institutes of Health and $47 million to the Biomedical Advanced Research and Development Authority to work on Zika vaccines.
Dec. 30, 1999, seemed like any ordinary day to Lori Wright. She walked to work, got home, made dinner and went to bed. Around midnight, she woke up to use the restroom. Only Wright never made it back to her bed — she had a stroke.
Bullying, social anxiety and trauma: These are among the myriad problems that can plague the human mind. When human interaction seems like too much to bear, horses inside a northwest facility may be able to help.
Many parents would say that moodiness, depression and acting out are hallmarks of being a teenager, but there’s a line between normal adolescent behavior and mental health issues. and spotting the difference is often simply a matter of intensity.
Southern Nevada health officials publicly presented the first local multi-agency community health improvement plan Wednesday morning at the Clark County Government Center.