Longtime Review-Journal reporter Paul Harasim has been named the newspaper’s health writer.
With today’s technology, lumpectomies offer equally promising survival rates as mastectomies for early-stage breast cancer.
A Salt Lake City couple traveled to Las Vegas this week to demonstrate a website and mobile app to 700 industry professionals attending the American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors and Therapists at Green Valley Ranch Resort in Henderson.
Residents of North Las Vegas will soon have a hospital closer to home as Dignity Health-St. Rose Dominican, a nonprofit faith-based hospital system, prepares to open its North Las Vegas campus.
Gov. Brian Sandoval signed off on a bill Thursday that requires pharmaceutical companies to release insulin prices after vetoing an earlier version of the bill he said wasn’t strong enough.
Many sexual assault victims experience an involuntary inability to move during rape, and those who do are more likely to later develop posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and depression, Swedish researchers say.
Whether for health reasons, ethical concerns or religious doctrine, many Americans have become specific about what they will and won’t eat.
A Rio spokeswoman confirmed Tuesday that the hotel’s water systems have been disinfected after two guests reported cases of Legionnaires’ disease.
As other companies pull out of the insurance marketplaces created by the Affordable Care Act, Centene is expanding its participation in Nevada and other states in 2018.
Doctors first told the parents that it appeared to be a spider bite and prescribed antibiotics. But when the girl’s condition did not improve, her parents sought answers from a pediatric infectious disease doctor.