Lab director Mark Pandori, who worked briefly at the Silicon Valley startup, is a possible witness in the criminal fraud trial of Theranos founder and CEO Elizabeth Holmes.
Mary Hynes returned to the Review-Journal in August 2019 as the newspaper’s health reporter after working in public affairs and communications for MGM Resorts International. She previously worked as an editor and a reporter at the RJ. The University of Colorado graduate also worked as a reporter at newspapers in Colorado. She is a native of Oregon.
Supply of universal blood type at lowest level since early in the pandemic, according to the nonprofit blood supplier Vitalant.
Hospitals in rural Nevada still face shortages of beds, staff and supplies as they bear the brunt of the delta surge that has waned elsewhere in the state, officials said Thursday.
Emma Burkey, who suffered a devastating COVID-19 vaccine side effect, is undergoing nearly 30 hours of physical therapy each week as she fights to regain her ability to walk.
As the delta wave of COVID-19 recedes, optimism has crept into the public discussion: Could the worst be behind us? Experts say it could be, but many unknowns remain.
A Mineral County man first infected with the delta variant tests positive 22 days for a new substrain of the virus known as AY.26.
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.
Jeremy Smallwood, who earned his doctorate in astronomy in May, and colleagues believe they have found the space oddity 1,300 light years away in the constellation of Orion.
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.
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.
Details on just who is covered by the latest recommendation from the federal government remain sparse after the agency approved extra shots for occupational groups.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has asked health care providers to be on alert for cases of measles and other infectious diseases in evacuees from Afghanistan.
Liz Groesbeck was en route to the team’s first preseason game with fans on a first date last month when she came upon a grisly accident scene near Allegiant Stadium.
With a high volume of new cases, the Southern Nevada Health District prioritizes those involving school-age children.