University Medical Center will contribute $12 million in in-kind programs, services and cash to a campaign to add more transplantation programs in Nevada.
Clark County on Thursday reported 529 new coronavirus cases and 25 deaths during the preceding day.
Gov. Steve Sisolak made the comment on Thursday at a news conference to praise FEMA “surge teams” for increasing the state’s COVID-19 vaccination rates as the mission draws to a close.
The American Cancer Society’s annual Making Strides Against Breast Cancer returns Oct. 24 at Red Rock Resort. This year marks the event’s 22nd year in Nevada and serves as the culmination of October Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
Although the Rose Regatta Dragon Boat Festival won’t return to its full, in-person festivities until 2022, the Las Vegas Dragon Boat Club will host its annual Flowers on the Water Ceremony on Saturday starting at 11 a.m.
In partnership with Comprehensive Cancer Centers of Nevada, Susan G. Komen Nevada, Optum Care and many other generous sponsors throughout the state, Nevada Cancer Coalition aims to Paint Nevada Pink as part of a campaign to encourage yearly mammograms.
Deaths from the disease caused by the new coronavirus hold steady in latest report, while hospitalizations tick down by one.
The shift from the CDC’s ‘substantial’ transmission risk category highlights progress in slowing the spread of the disease, but more work remains to exit the state’s mask mandate.
A Las Vegas autism services nonprofit is fundraising for more staff following its takeover of a medical therapy and diagnostic center.
Last year’s flu season was extremely mild, as COVID-19 mitigation measures also impacted the viral disease. But there are some warning signs that this year may be different.
The two-week moving average of new COVID-19 cases dropped more than 10 percent, adding to evidence that the coronavirus is at least temporarily in retreat.
Merck said it will soon ask health officials to authorize the pill’s use. A decision from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration could come within weeks after that.
State officials ask those who’ve already received two doses of the Pfizer vaccine to assess if they’re at increased risk for COVID-19 because of their job.