The population has plenty of “exercise opportunities” but also high rates of sexually transmitted infections, according to a new study.
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.
In a departure from his usual March Madness drill, legendary basketball coach Lon Kruger spent early Wednesday morning driving a cancer patient to and from an appointment for radiation treatment.
In April, the Neighborhood Clinic will open its doors to those living on the street. And this is only the beginning, clinic co-founders Trent Hofmockel and Dan Briggs said.
Given that the population of Nevada is relatively young, the state “should have done better,” said one health expert.
State officials released the latest figures for coronavirus cases and hospitalizations in Clark County and across Nevada
An investigative committee of the Nevada State Board of Medical Examiners, which licenses physicians, has accused Dr. George Chambers of misconduct with three former patients.
Southern Nevada graduating medical students celebrated their matches with residency programs Friday. But Nevada medical school deans fear a “brain drain.”
Hospitalizations in Nevada from COVID-19, RSV and flu are at “near-record lows.”
Supporters say Senate Bill 239 would ease the agony of the dying, while opponents say it would lead to abuse.
In her battle with cancer, Hanna Olivas discovered two passions — advocating for the right to die and inspiring other women to truly live.
While one Afghan family aided by a Las Vegas military family reunites, many Afghans remain in peril.
A conference next week in Las Vegas will examine the unique medical needs of circus performers.
Two cases of Legionnaires’ disease reported at a hotel off the Las Vegas Strip are being investigated, the Southern Nevada Health District said Friday.
Cases and hospitalizations statewide and in Clark County remain at some of the lowest levels of the pandemic.
Dr. George Chambers also has agreed to refrain from taking photos and videos of patients until a resolution of a complaint against him before a state board.