A legislative audit of the state dental board revealed systemic issues with the board’s operations, including poor record keeping and questions about how the public’s complaints are investigated.
Subscribe to Life RSS feed
From the Las Vegas 51s’ fireworks extravaganza to Summerlin’s annual parade, find out where to celebrate the Fourth of July weekend.
As we look forward to Fourth of July celebrations with fireworks and great festivities, we must also take appropriate measures to protect ourselves, our family, and friends from serious injuries or death.
MountainView Hospital CEO Chris Mowan has accepted a position as president and CEO of Medical City Dallas Hospital.
The annual parade, now in its 22nd year, is expected to draw 2,500 participants and 35,000 spectators. It kicks off at 8:30 a.m. Saturday.
Las Vegas skater Addie Fridy talks about his dedication to skating, the concerns of his parents, money worries and what it would take to get him to stop skating.
Sandwiches, chili dogs and burgers served to some Clark County School District students are part of a national recall issued last week due to possible Listeria contamination.
Here are some spots in Las Vegas where you can show your American pride during Independence Day weekend and beyond.
Before embarking on your summer vacation abroad, become familiar with these 20 tourist scams common in popular destinations.
Find book signings and writing events throughout the Las Vegas Valley.
“From Reckless to Recovery” author Ross Fried’s life fell apart when his parents divorced. His mother left, his father uprooted him, and eventually Fried ended up couch surfing with friends, homeless in high school.
In Downtown Summerlin, a wall is capturing the eyes of passersby. Near one of the entrances of Dillard’s, 23 paintings — ranging from a stunning portrait of a woman to an abstract of colorful swirls — decorate the wall. The artwork, done by clients of Opportunity Village, is part of a partnership between the nonprofit and Downtown Summerlin, 1980 Festival Plaza Drive.
After Christine Smith underwent brain decompression surgery in 2007, life became a little more precious, and clinging to it seemed nearly impossible for a while. Smith is living with Chiari malformation, a rare neurological condition in which her herniated cerebellum is bulging below her skull and creating pressure around her spinal cord.
Global health officials are racing to better understand the Zika virus behind a major outbreak that began in Brazil last year and has spread to many countries in the Americas.
UNLV’s Osher Lifelong Learning Institute for retired and semiretired adults age 50 and older is based on interest rather than degrees.
On February 27, 2008, after announcing at a news conference that tens of thousands of Southern Nevadans would have to be tested for hepatitis C and HIV, the young man who’d never been the focus of public attention would find himself thrust into the public eye for years.
Universal Studios Hollywood will officially unlock the “Don’t Open, Dead Inside” doors and unleash the “walkers” when it officially opens its permanent attraction based on AMC’s hit television show “The Walking Dead” on July 4th.
Touro University Nevada’s autism center unveiled a new name and new look Wednesday, promising that an increase in staff and space will cut waitlist times for families seeking services.
It’s been said that Muhammad Ali’s biggest opponent was Parkinson’s disease, which many attribute to boxing, but it turns out what made and ultimately led to the death of the former heavyweight champion could help others in their fight against his deadly opponent.
With medical marijuana dispensaries opening throughout Clark County, Essence Vegas is hosting Wellness Wednesdays to educate patient card holders about a number of topics. In its biweekly workshop on June 15, chefs talked about edible products, explaining how to cook cannabis, properly measure baked goods so they have an even dose and what goes into infusing butter with cannabis.
Michelle Bondietti spends three weeks a month catching planes to destinations across the country as a traveling manager for J.C. Penney.
For nine months, 51-year-old Sheldon McArthur ignored discomfort in his body. He thought it could be a number of things, such as getting older. But it was colorectal cancer. “I should have gone to the doctor sooner,” McArthur said.
Everyone kept telling local artist Ryan Brunty that Yerman — the name of the monster he created for one of his paintings — had sad eyes. They weren’t wrong: The drawing was the latest manifestation of Brunty’s own depression.
- Page 1