Opinions differ on whether the half ton of weapons-grade plutonium secretly shipped by the U.S. government to the Nevada National Security Site could impact residents’ health and the environment.
In an interview, Jan Jones Blackhurst spoke to the Review-Journal about treatment on the campaign trail, why she chose to publicize her diagnosis at the time and her thoughts on Goodman’s “bravery.”
As long as Nevadans and visitors are immunized against the disease, it’s unlikely a current outbreak in Washington state could take hold in the Silver State, according to the Southern Nevada Health District.
Rosie Walisever of Summerlin felt perfectly healthy — in fact, she was returning home from a yoga class — when her doctor called to deliver bad news: a mammogram had revealed she had Stage I and Stage II breast cancer.
The Mob Museum is inviting Nevada residents to celebrate the museum’s upcoming anniversary with free admission on Valentine’s Day.
Like any good contest, the competitors are the best in their fields. But unlike other contests, there were plenty of winners when results of the 14th Housewares Design Awards Celebration were announced Tuesday night at the Las Vegas Winter Market.
Dwayne Murray, whose wife LaQuinta, died in Centennial Hills Hospital in 2013, says he hopes his five-year legal battle leads to fixes in a “flawed” system that enabled doctors to give her excessive doses of an anti-inflammatory drug.
As you’re preparing for your Super Bowl party — somewhere between filling your shopping cart with beer and hoarding the ingredients for that top-secret eighth layer for your favorite dip — Alyson McCarthy hopes you’ll pick up a few extra items for Ronald McDonald House Charities of Greater Las Vegas.
Your genes may hold clues to your optimal diet plan. That’s what UNLV researcher Martin Schiller advocates with his new business, Food Genes and Me.
Nevada Health Centers’ Mammovan offers mobile mammography services in all areas of the state.