Adult female mosquitoes can pass the Zika virus along to their offspring, a finding that makes clear the need for pesticide programs that kill both adult mosquitoes and their eggs.
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The Southern Nevada Health District plans to restart its program offering sexually transmitted disease testing and education to Clark County Detention Center inmates this fall.
Arizona-based health services operator Banner Health said Wednesday that it was the victim of a cyberattack potentially affecting
On June 15, Don and Jane Holkestad renewed their vows with everything provided, from the limo, preacher and flowers to the catered reception. Don has Alzheimer’s disease and is being treated at the Cleveland Clinic Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health. National nonprofit Wish Upon a Wedding allows people with life-altering situations to have the wedding of their dreams or to renew their vows.
As a genetic counselor, Anna Victorine helps her Las Vegas patients identify their predisposition to diseases such as cancer. By accessing their medical and family histories, she helps determine whether genetic testing is the right option for them.
Nevada’s organ donation organization is expanding its presence across the Las Vegas Valley. The organization, founded in 1987, is expanding its Las Vegas campus on the corner of East Sahara and Burnham avenues.
The Obama administration warned Congress Wednesday that money to fight the Zika virus is on the verge of running out amid political stalemate on Capitol Hill.
A month after the U.S. Department of Justice found the Nevada Department of Corrections discriminated against inmates with HIV and disabilities, officials removed a medical code from its computer system that could reveal a prisoner’s HIV-positive status to unauthorized staffers.
Florida has identified 10 more cases of Zika virus caused by local mosquitoes and has asked the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to help with its investigation of the outbreak.
The future doctor, in light blue scrubs, and her more experienced counterpart in dark blue worked through a patient’s scans at CampMed, a program for ninth-graders interested in a medical career.