Aaron Semas can count the number of severe concussions he’s suffered on 10 fingers. Past that, the retired professional bull rider can’t remember how many times he hit his head in his 20-plus-year career in the arena.
President Donald Trump has put on some pounds and is now officially considered obese.
Senate Bill 165 , sponsored by Sen. David Parks, D-Las Vegas, and 16 other legislators, was introduced in the Senate Thursday and referred to the Health and Human Services committee for hearings.
The Southern Nevada Health District will prioritize expanding services offered in rural Nevada through its mobile health unit, chief health officer Dr. Joseph Iser said in a presentation to the Assembly health and human services committee Monday.
A 10-year-old Henderson boy died of the flu Thursday, the Clark County coroner said Friday, becoming at least the 14th death in Southern Nevada this season attributed to the disease.
The mother and children of a woman who died in an unlicensed Las Vegas group home after she was discharged from North Vista Hospital are suing the facilities and others who coordinated her care.
A round-up of health events around the Las Vegas Valley.
Opinions differ on whether the half ton of weapons-grade plutonium secretly shipped by the U.S. government to the Nevada National Security Site could impact residents’ health and the environment.
In an interview, Jan Jones Blackhurst spoke to the Review-Journal about treatment on the campaign trail, why she chose to publicize her diagnosis at the time and her thoughts on Goodman’s “bravery.”
As long as Nevadans and visitors are immunized against the disease, it’s unlikely a current outbreak in Washington state could take hold in the Silver State, according to the Southern Nevada Health District.