Cathy Backus has never been diagnosed with breast cancer, but she knows well the physical and emotional toll that the disease often takes on those who have.
Every few months, Julia Trow whips through her pantry and refrigerator, chucking the latest food that a study in some far-off country labeled as higher risk for causing cancer.
One in eight women will find themselves confronted with a diagnosis of breast cancer, according to the American Cancer Society. A diagnosis is not necessarily dire. As a result of medical advancements, successful treatment options exist for patients with early to advanced stages of the disease.
The nonprofit Nevada Health Centers will offer the services on Saturday at the Martin Luther King Health Center in Las Vegas.
Gun injuries, including many from assaults, sent 75,000 U.S. children and teens to emergency rooms over nine years at a cost of almost $3 billion, a first-of-its-kind study found.
Martin Schiller’s research lab at UNLV is creating far more than just experiments. The research completed inside the Schiller Laboratory of Applied Bioinformatics has led to Schiller’s Heligenics.
About 30 counselors from around the U.S. undergo EMDR (for “eye movement desensitization and reprocessing”) training in Las Vegas. The technique helps trauma victims disassociate disturbing experiences from negative feelings.
The Parkinson’s Foundation has designated the Cleveland Clinic Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health in Las Vegas as a “Center of Excellence,” making it one of just 45 organizations worldwide with the title.
In addition to the original allegation, the state medical board is now investigating whether Dr. Ivan Goldsmith improperly prescribed controlled appetite suppressants for his use.
U.S. health regulators have approved the first new type of flu drug in two decades.