A bipartisan deal from two senators to stabilize Obamacare by restoring subsidies to health insurers ran into trouble on Wednesday with President Donald Trump sending mixed signals and the speaker of the House indicating no interest in taking it up.
Even people who weren’t at the Route 91 Harvest concert when the shooting occurred can experience symptoms such as flashbacks, nightmares and feelings of guilt.
U.S. District Judge James Mahan declines to issue injunction in lawsuit brought by pharmaceutical industry to keep new Nevada law forcing additional disclosure on drug pricing from taking effect.
The Cleveland Clinic Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health announced last week that patients can now make appointments from 5-8 p.m.
Here are some health events happeneing through the month of October in the Las Vegas Valley.
Breast cancer death rates have dropped 39 percent over the past 26 years, according to an Oct. 3 report from the American Cancer Society. Much of that is due to the measures taken for early detection and follow-up prevention to detect cancer and keep women cancer-free.
Breast cancer runs in Anne Marie Budd-Baldwin’s family. Several of her cousins have been diagnosed with the disease that also claimed the life of her beloved sister, Henderson resident Connie Budd-Gomeau, nearly two decades ago.
Everyone knows that hair loss is a potential side effect of cancer treatment. Some women take it as a time to express a completely different side of them. Some search for a wig that matches their “regular” hair, and some just opt to recite the “bald is beautiful” mantra. Each survivor has to decide what works best for her, and the choices abound.
Dinorah Arambula will be at the starting line on Sunday morning at UNLV for the annual Las Vegas Kidney Walk. She went through kidney failure, and wants others to know the role high blood pressure can play in their health
There was fear. There was confidence. There was rejection. There was acceptance.