Because of Dr. Geoffrey Sher’s expertise, more than 18,000 children have been born.
The Volunteers in Medicine of Southern Nevada dental program is under the volunteer supervision of Dr. Lydia Wyatt, who also has a private practice.
Longtime Review-Journal reporter Paul Harasim has been named the newspaper’s health writer.
To save lives and enhance peoples’ quality of life is especially rewarding to Dr. Quynh Feikes.
Given that studies show more than 2.5 million Americans over 65 each year, it makes sense that seniors wear wear alarm devices that ultimately can alert first responders to an accident.
Diagnosed with a traumatic brain injury and post traumatic stress after surviving rocket attacks in Iraq, retired Air Force Major Anthony Jones says the kind of injuries he received should not be treated only will pills, but also with hyperbaric oxygen therapy, exercise and engagment in the world.
Diagnosed at age 21 with temporomandibular joint disorder or TMJ — she’d awaken with her jaw locked open — Debra Fox, the chief nursing officer at UMC, took a journey through hell as doctors tried to fix hinges that connected her jaw to the temporal bones of her skull.
Rob Khadivian has found a way to supplement his retirement income — by renting out his car. If you’re not too emotionally attached to your car and see it as a money-maker, he says it makes sense.
Swadeep Nigam, a Las Vegas Valley Water District financial analyst who was appointed to the Nevada Equal Rights Commission by Gov. Brian Sandoval, had earmarked some of his saving for scholarships for graduates of Clark County Schools. He says you don’t have to be wealthy to make a difference in the lives of young people.
While it’s possible the government’s position on transmission of hepatitis C among boomers may have resulted in less testing, it’s critical today boomers forget any fears of stigma and get the easy blood test.