Save your life but harm your heart? Health experts are sounding a warning as potential side effects of a growing number of breast cancer treatments come to light.
U.S. health regulators on Tuesday asked makers of popular anti-diarrhea drugs to sell their medications in smaller amounts to make them harder to abuse.
Here are some health events in the Las Vegas Valley this week.
Jaclyn Rivera remembers her mother being treated for breast cancer when Jaclyn was just 15. She also remembers how dramatically her mother’s course of treatment altered not just the family’s life, but her own perspective.
A doctor prescribed rest and fluids for Carlos Occhipinti Jr. when he came down with the flu just after Christmas. But the illness quickly got worse and he died in a hospital just two days before his 13th birthday.
The hospital will cut down on emergency room and inpatient beds, eliminate its intensive care unit and shrink its acute-care capabilities, including surgery, spokeswoman Jennifer Cooper said Thursday.
Club activities include swaying back and forth, like in a beer hall; the “Tarzan yell” — beating your chest with your fists and yelling; and the potato chip competition, consisting of eating a plastic cup full of chips without using one’s hands
Noncigarette tobacco products and limited funding for state tobacco control programs contributed to the low scores on the American Lung Association’s annual scorecard.
Nevada health officials announced Monday that “several providers” have been put on corrective action plans a week after an audit revealed mentally ill people are living in taxpayer-funded homes filled with feces and filth.
Researchers at the Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health at the Cleveland Clinic are seeking volunteers between 65 and 89 who are experiencing mild memory problems to participate in the yearlong study.