Data recently analyzed and reported by The Washington Post show a growing number of middle-age white women in the U.S. whose likelihood of drinking heavily is far higher than those who are black, Hispanic and Asian.
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A Clark County woman was tested Dec. 28, and results released Wednesday confirm that she tested positive for Zika virus disease. The health district’s website indicates the virus was transmitted to the woman through sexual contact.
We’re in an era of dating-app fatigue where the default setting is more apathy than positivity. Enter Hater, a dating app that actually encourages negativity.
After 15 years of being a hairstylist, Lawrence Reha hit a wall creatively. He left his job and took on the task of creating his own shop, Makeshift Union Cutting & Grooming.
The state medical board has launched a new website designed to help Nevadans understand the impacts of using opioid-based medications.
It’s an indoor smell that’s now foreign in most large U.S. cities: lingering cigarette smoke. Because of laws passed elsewhere in the past dozen years or so, Las Vegas is one of the nation’s largest cities that still allow smoking in bars and casinos.
With Valentine’s Day on Tuesday, our wedding chapels will shift into overdrive for romantic couples wanting to tie the knot or renew their vows.
As its fifth anniversary approaches next week, the Mob Museum has come into its own as an enthusiastic keeper of a slice of Las Vegas and American history.
About one in 20 Americans currently in a serious relationship admit they are hiding a financial account from their partner, a survey by CreditCards.com showed.