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Second baby from Summerlin hospital has tuberculosis

A second child born at Summerlin Hospital Medical Center during last year’s tuberculosis outbreak has tested positive for the respiratory disease, a lawyer said Thursday.

PHOTOS: Nurses rally together to highlight need for world care

Registered nurses with the California Nurses Association/National Nurses Organizing Committee marched together and rallied at Planet Hollywood casino-hotel in Las Vegas on Wednesday.

Exercise system targets signaling of nerves to muscles

The days of “no pain, no gain” are over. According to James Wong, co-owner of The Fit Labs, a fit life can be achieved through the principles of the exercise system Z-Health, which uses the brain’s cues to turn one’s body into a metabolically efficient machine.

Summerlin, Salt Lake City hospitals form pediatric partnership

Summerlin Hospital Medical Center and Salt Lake City’s Primary Children’s Hospital on Tuesday announced a partnership to bring improved pediatric care to patients in Las Vegas .

Dignity Health on track to expand its presence in valley

Dignity Health-St. Rose Dominican Hospital is growing. It broke ground this year on an expansion to its Siena campus, 3001 St. Rose Parkway. The 328,078-square-foot campus opened in 2000 and currently has 230 beds. The expansion will add 107 new private beds.

Lumbar fusion surgery gives Sunrise woman new lease on life

Surviving a car crash can feel like a miracle, but the process of putting together the pieces of one’s life does not end after the last stitch has been removed. Sunrise resident Scottie Briscoe, 52, survived such an accident, but she experienced intense back pain, until one day while picking up her grandson from the floor, her back snapped.

Vegas hospital expands mental health units

Montevista Hospital on Monday held an open house for its $7 million expansion that will help reduce the need to send juveniles out of state for psychiatric residential treatment.

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