Cancer is the second-leading cause of death in the United States. With more than 100 types of cancer, glioblastoma is one of the more aggressive forms of brain cancer, which can shorten life spans anywhere from two weeks to two years.
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McDonald's accepting applications for teacher grants
Las Vegas welcome sign set to turn blue for a week
Wet'n'Wild offering discounted tickets for donations
Southern Nevada Women's History Project luncheon to feature UNLV planning dean
With all due respect to you, the "Traveling by Trike" (Southwest View, Sept. 3) article is written to promote the business that obviously paid you or the publication.
Barbecue event at Caig Ranch Regional Park to support childhood cancer charities
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The line outside the new Blick Art Materials store at 6300 W. Charleston Blvd., Suite 130, stretched around the building and through the parking lot.
Not long after Broadway dancer Kristina Blunt moved from New York to Las Vegas in 2011, she decided that Las Vegas needed a yoga festival.
For many years Jennifer and Michael Cornthwaite have been too busy to take a long vacation, but this summer they did, traveling for six weeks with their 2½-year-old daughter.
Exercising after surgery should be attempted with caution. To that end, Sun City held a seminar Aug. 11 for residents on the topic Exercising Safely: Coming Back After Surgery.
A wound that is taking a long time to heal could spell disaster down the road, according to Dr. Lubna Javed. In some cases, she said it could even lead to amputation.
An overcast morning gave transit commuter Spring Peterson a rare break from the sun's rays Aug. 25 as she waited for the 119 bus at a shelterless stop on Rancho Drive near Charleston Boulevard.
In his book, "A Presentist Path to World Peace," Las Vegas resident Maynard Person, writing as M. G. Person, suggests that taking a presentist view to the world could be just the thing to take the turmoil out of international politics, religious strife and personal relationships.
Mob enforcer, author to speak at museum
If it was a snake, it would've bit you. Odd words from your grandmother, meaning that whatever you were looking for was practically right in front of you but you didn't see it.
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Clark County Law Library to offer free classes
There's that old question, "How do I get to Carnegie Hall?" And there's the stock answer: "Practice, practice, practice."
Business strategy classes planned