Officials raise concerns about a mostly unregulated — and potentially dangerous — gray market of entrepreneurs selling pre-owned diabetic test strips.
The Southern Nevada Health District is reporting Clark County’s first confirmed case of severe respiratory illness linked to e-cigarette products.
Southern Hills Hospital and Medical Center and MountainView Hospital will participate in “Crush the Crisis” day by collecting many types of opioid medicines.
Echoing similar warnings by the CDC, the Southern Nevada Health district and other authorities warn that use of e-cigarettes can cause serious lung illness.
There are nearly 400,000 people in Nevada without health insurance, despite an increase in the number of people with insurance under the federal Affordable Care Act.
Every child’s apraxia is different, but hallmark signs include babbling very little during infancy or distorting vowels. An estimated 1 or 2 children per 1,000 have CAS.
Despite a West Nile virus outbreak, health authorities say they face a challenge convincing local residents that they need to protect themselves against the tiny bloodsuckers.
The first 100 people in line Monday morning at Risas Dental and Braces will be able to choose from among four free services.
Southern Nevada, Southern California and central Arizona are the nation’s “hot zone” for West Nile virus, reporting the highest number of cases of the potentially fatal mosquito-borne disease in the U.S.
Southern Nevada Health District authorities say customers of the convenience store may have been exposed to the virus.
The Thursday event, from 6 to 8:30 p.m. at the Chuck Minker Sports Complex, 275 N. Mojave Road in Las Vegas, is free and open to the public.
With Medicare enrollment approaching, clients and potential newcomers have an upgraded online tool to help them compare the various plans.
A trolley and a labradoodle are part of Ryan Linden’s strategy for reaching medically underserved residents.
When Lindsey LiCari donated her 3-year-old sons corneas through the Nevada Donor Network, she says she was assured they would go to recipients in the U.S.