Susan Schneider Williams, widow of Robin Williams, told doctors, researchers and family members attending the International Lewy Body Dementia Conference about the couple’s struggle with the neurological disease.
E. coli bacteria were found in Brian Head Town’s water supply, and town officials are advising residents to drink bottled water or boil their water before use to prevent illness.
Clark County Parks and Recreation is the latest agency to partner with Comprehensive Cancer Centers to provide free SPF 30 sunscreen and skin safety tips to Southern Nevadans.
William “Bill” Caron, the new director and CEO of the VA Southern Nevada Healthcare System, will oversee delivery of health care to 63,000 veterans.
As the weather heats up, homeowners are seeing an escalation of ants and cockroaches in search of water, which, in turn, brings out predator pests like spiders and scorpions to feed on them.
Inheriting treasures from a loved one can be a win/win for all concerned. Changing the color or upholstery does not diminish your feelings for your loved ones or their possessions. You are simply putting your stamp on them.
Local health officials are warning of an acute hepatitis A outbreak in Clark County. There have been 37 cases of the infection reported during the first five months of the year.
Other health-related events include Lewy Body Dementia conference registration, hot yoga in the Boneyard schedule.
Preschoolers on government food aid have grown a little less pudgy, a U.S. study found, offering fresh evidence that previous signs of declining obesity rates weren’t a fluke.
Nevada ranked 47th worst in the nation, while New Hampshire fared best for child well-being, according to the Annie E. Casey Foundation’s annual Kids Count data project.