More than 6,000 walkers strolled for a cause Sunday morning in the 26th annual AIDS Walk Las Vegas. The event, which kicked off at Town Square, is the biggest fundraiser of the year for Aid for AIDS of Nevada. This year’s walk raised $350,000 to provide assistance for people living with and affected by HIV/AIDS, organizers said. Community members, local politicians and performers walked and placed ribbons in memory of loved ones. Penn &Teller served as grand marshals for the 15th consecutive year.
“Death Over Dinner” aims to push more people to have an important — but often avoided — conversation about their end-of-life wishes.
Walgreens flu index uses prescriptions for antiviral medications such as Tamiflu, which are used to treat influenza, to track the spread of the virus around the nation.
Jacob Jimmerson, 25, who died in April, will be remembered through a “floragraph” bearing his likeness on the Donate Life Rose Parade float.
More than 2,000 Americans who vape have gotten sick since March, many of them teenagers and young adults, and at least 40 people have died.
Health officials have confirmed the first two flu-related deaths in Nevada this season — one each in Clark and Washoe counties.
U.S. health officials announced a breakthrough Friday into the cause of a mysterious outbreak of vaping illnesses, reporting they have a “very strong culprit.”
Three Nevada Board of Dental Examiners members resigned Thursday and two staffers were terminated after a Review-Journal investigation into the board.
To keep up with population growth in northwest Las Vegas, Centennial Hills Hospital is building a five-story patient tower at its North Durango Drive campus.
Gov. Steve Sisolak said he won’t be intimidated or distracted by the Nevada dental board director sharing a anonymous letter that questions his links to critics of the agency.