The Rev. John McShane began giving water to homeless people waiting for shelter 20 years ago. The movement, known as Giving Back Mondays, has grown exponentially since.
Joanne Gilbert’s story of a young girl’s survival is out as Kristallnacht anniversary is noted
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“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.
As the brain health center marks its 10th anniversary, doctors and patients look back at its accomplishments and to the future treatment of neurodegenerative disease.
The Cleveland Clinic Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health was established by Las Vegas businessman Larry Ruvo to honor his late father, Louie, who died of Alzheimer’s disease.
Las Vegas police have increased patrols at mosques across the Las Vegas Valley following the mass shootings at mosques in New Zealand.
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.
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The smaller, residential-style home opening by year’s end in Centennial Hills will focus on providing skilled care and independence for the elderly in a less-institutional setting.