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8 gift-worthy travel books

Shopping, romance, bucket lists, inspiration and information: All of these things and more can be found in books for travelers that are out this season in time for the holidays. In addition to being gift-worthy, some of the titles make a nice addition to your own coffee-table collection; others are useful for trip planning or may serve as fodder for travel dreams.

Head of UMC quits for job at St. Rose Dominican Hospital, San Martin

University Medical Center Chief Executive Officer Lawrence Barnard is leaving his post less than a year after taking the position to become the president of St. Rose Dominican Hospital, San Martin campus.

FBI warns businesses of malware attacks after Sony leak

The U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation warned U.S. businesses that hackers have used malicious software to launch destructive attacks in the United States, following a devastating cyber attack last week at Sony Pictures Entertainment.

Wine of the Week: MontGras Reserva Carmenere

You can celebrate the 20th anniversary of the rediscovery of Bordeaux’s lost varietal Carmenere in Chile with this impressive wine. The lovely MontGras Reserva Carmenere is a good value.

Utah man uses unlimited pasta pass to feed homeless

Matt Tribe says when he bought one of Olive Garden’s limited edition, never ending pasta passes, it was to fulfill his love of pasta. He soon saw another benefit.

Southwest Medical Associates keeps growing

In an unsettled health care environment, Southwest Medical Associates is growing, adding five locations and 30 physicians in 2014.

Roseman’s medical school starting to take shape

Dr. Renee Coffman, president and co-founder of Roseman University in Henderson, recently spoke to the Henderson Chamber of Commerce on the topic of “Helping Build the Future of Medicine in Southern Nevada.”

Proper disposal of unused medication important

Careful consideration is needed when disposing of unused and expired medications. Don’t just throw away or flush them, says Christina Madison, an associate professor of pharmacy practice at Roseman University.