Thousands of people strolled for a cause Sunday morning at the 27th annual AIDS Walk Las Vegas. Aid for AIDS of Nevada, or AFAN, raked in nearly $300,000 to fund prevention efforts and services that benefit people living with the disease.
The “orange zone” is the national fitness chain’s way of designating the point in a workout when the body’s metabolism is stimulated and calories will continue to be burned after the workout ends.
In HealthCare Partners’ House Calls program, health care professionals regularly visit homes to treat patients who were released from hospitals with conditions that make it difficult for them to get to doctors’ offices.
When they die, Joy and Harlan Dotson wish to donate their bodies to science, preferably a local medical school. But they don’t know how to go about it.
An expanded and more robust partnership might be on the horizon for UNLV and the Cleveland Clinic.
Cosmopolitan, one of the country’s most widely distributed consumer magazines, has long come under fire for its focus on physical attractiveness. On Monday, many people thought the publication went too far with a tweet.
Health officials hope that automating the dispensing of clean needles will reduce the spread of bloodborne infections like HIV and Hepatitis C among intravenous drug users who would otherwise share injection rigs.
Dr. Dipak Desai, the doctor serving time for his role in the deadly 2007 hepatitis C outbreak, has died.
Diagnosed at age 21 with temporomandibular joint disorder or TMJ — she’d awaken with her jaw locked open — Debra Fox, the chief nursing officer at UMC, took a journey through hell as doctors tried to fix hinges that connected her jaw to the temporal bones of her skull.
Rob Khadivian has found a way to supplement his retirement income — by renting out his car. If you’re not too emotionally attached to your car and see it as a money-maker, he says it makes sense.