Health care options are expanding in the Las Vegas Valley thanks to Touro University Nevada, which expanded its health clinic and added a new active aging center this year.
Behind the doors of an unremarkable building in an older part of town, there is a woman who has given birth more than 1,000 times, a man who regularly fakes post-traumatic stress disorder and a storage room with stacks of babies. It’s just another day at the office for the staff of the Clinical Simulation Center of Las Vegas.
Students in the Clark County School District resume classes Monday. But, even as summer’s end beckoned, several valley students still were finding ways to wring the last bit of enjoyment out of the respite.
Fifteen children gather in the garden at the University of Nevada Cooperative Extension Lifelong Learning Center, 8050 Paradise Road.
Hannah Newmaker’s voice quivered as she delivered a speech at the White Horse Youth Ranch’s gala event July 19 in Las Vegas. Nearly 70 people rose in a standing ovation, fueling Hannah’s confidence to finish.
As Aug. 25, the first day of school, draws closer, parents are reminded that children must have their inoculations up to date. Nevada law requires that all students be fully immunized before entering school.
The state’s Board of Regents’ health sciences committee is hashing out the details of what it will take to fund a medical school for UNLV.
Most people can remember being forced to sit at the table as children until all the food was gone from their plate. As adults, some may still dread eating certain foods because of the experience.
They squint at the blackboard and hold books close to their faces. When teachers see children who have obvious vision issues, they refer them to the school nurse, who usually suggests seeing an optometrist to get glasses. But what if the family has no funds for such an expense? Enter Eye Care 4 Kids, which works to get children from low-income families vision care.
Clark County School District and Southern Nevada Health District officials hope to wrap up a first round of tuberculosis testing at Liberty High School on Tuesday.