A new study shows the failure rate for drugs recently developed to treat Alzheimer’s disease was a woeful 99.6 percent, with “disturbingly few new drugs in the pipeline.” The disease is expected to leave millions of baby boomers with dementia in the next few decades.
U.S. District Judge Anna Brown last week ruled the federal government’s “no-fly” list, originally created to prevent another 9/11, was unconstitutional. The list accused 20,000 people — including 500 Americans — of having links to terrorism and banned them from traveling on commercial airline flights.
To the editor:
Nevada, buckle up. Over the next few months, you’ll learn how much your health insurance premiums will go up for next year. The early evidence isn’t good — the percentage increase could be in double digits.
Luis Martinez delivered a two-out, two-run double in the top of the ninth inning as the Salt Lake Bees rallied past the Las Vegas 51s 10-9 in a Pacific Coast League game at Cashman Field on Wednesday night.
Find things to do across the Summerlin area.
Among this week’s event highlights: Bob Miller plans a signing, and Monica Hatley-Carr plans a children’s program.
Back in the olden days, the ballet, symphony and a handful of theater companies toiled throughout the typical September-through-May season and struggled to survive.
A lot of people forget — or have tried to forget — that George Foreman once fought five guys on the same night.
Even though he always maintained a goal of resuming his professional mixed martial arts career, Stefan Struve admits there were days he had his doubts.