At least one person has died from the flu in Clark County in the first five weeks of flu season, according to records from the Southern Nevada Health District.
This week’s public service announcement: There is no reason to bring your drink into a public bathroom stall.
A Las Vegas plastic surgeon has sued a Henderson plastic surgeon and his wife for defamation, claiming they posed as a dissatisfied patient to post fake reviews online.
Under the proposed project, the central business office in Henderson would be closed in favor of an expanded four-story facility in Symphony Park.
The U.S. Attorney’s Office and the Drug Enforcement Agency’s Las Vegas office are encouraging people to turn in unused prescription medications across the valley on Saturday.
Nearly 58,000 prescription records of customers at a Smith’s Food and Drug store in Henderson were improperly thrown out, according to the grocery retailer.
ER at Blue Diamond opened to patients Sept. 30 on South Cimarron Road. Emergency department officials say the facility brings care closer to residents.
The Clark County cases are part of what federal and local health authorities describe as an outbreak of serious health disease linked to e-cigarettes.
“There’s not anything done in burn care that we can’t do right here today,” Dr. Jay Coates, medical director of the hospital’s Comprehensive Burn and Reconstructive Center, said Wednesday.
The flu vaccine is available at the Southern Nevada Health District’s immunization clinics as well as community clinics and pharmacies throughout the Las Vegas Valley.