The story of how “Patient Zero” and AIDS arrived in New York in 1979 and triggered the epidemic in North America has been told so many times in so many different ways that for many people it’s become an accepted truth of our modern history. It’s a compelling narrative, but it’s not quite right.
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Most U.S. middle and high schoolers believe e-cigarettes are less harmful and less addictive than traditional cigarettes, but believe other products like smokeless tobacco and cigars fall somewhere in between, according to national surveys.
Dr. Dale Carrison is 77 and still going strong. An admitted screw-up as a young man, he become a sheriff’s deputy and an FBI agent, then an auto parts salesman. A monster midlife crisis turned him into a doctor.
June Simms doesn’t wear a white coat, she doesn’t use a stethoscope during her workday, and she probably won’t ever be called upon to perform an emergency appendectomy. But Simms is as much a part of Southern Nevada’s patient care landscape as any doctor, nurse or medical professional.
When Deepak Chopra began exploring the territory of what would come to be known as integrative medicine, it wasn’t a particularly crowded place.
Premiums will go up sharply next year under President Barack Obama’s health care law, and many consumers will be down to just one insurer, the administration confirmed Monday. That will stoke another “Obamacare” controversy days before a presidential election.
Maintaining a healthy diet and lifestyle is always a good idea, and experts maintain doing so might help reduce the risk of developing breast cancer.
To help your significant other and strengthen your relationship, first you need to recognize the signs of depression.
Event offers sneak peek at facility a little more than a week prior to its opening on Halloween.
Clark County has recorded its first flu-related death of the season, that of a senior resident who was hospitalized before dying, the Southern Nevada Health District reported Wednesday morning.
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