Gamini Sugathadasa, a Four Seasons bellman and Sri Lanka native, was greeting guests following the 2009 Rock ‘n’ Roll Las Vegas Marathon when he noticed something he found strange — medals around their necks and smiles on their faces.
Nevada’s health insurance marketplace, the Silver State Health Insurance Exchange, is one step closer to transitioning onto a state-based operation.
A new mobile health clinic in the Las Vegas Valley is expected to primarily help low-income seniors.
The online prescription drug tracking website GoodRx rated Las Vegas as one of the least-expensive metropolitan area in the country for out-of-pocket prescription drugs in a new report.
Evidence that Roundup weed killer can cause cancer seems “weak,” but experts can still make that claim at trial, a U.S. judge ruled Tuesday.
The new UNR physician assistant program hopes to graduate its first class of 24 in 25 months, far quicker than new doctors can be trained.
In the nine months Jennifer Stanert carried her son Alec Carrasco, she promised herself with every hit she’d ditch her methamphetamine addiction in a few days.
The Southern Nevada Health District reported 123 heat-related deaths in 2017, up from 78 in 2016. District officials say they can’t pinpoint a cause for the sharp increase.
Westgate official says at least 15 employees and four guests reportedly fell ill since late last week, but callers tell the Review-Journal that many staff and vendors at Amazing Comic Con Convention were affected.