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For the past three years, rates of infection have gone up in Clark County. National data suggest the same.
If you’ve been following the World Series, you may have noted a special appearance during game four.
Music is powerful.
It can make us laugh and cry, rejoice and regret. It can take us back in time. And it can heal.
For those reasons, it’s an ideal form of therapy.
Former Nevada Congresswoman Shelley Berkley says Nevada can't afford two public medical schools. And with UNLV's new school starting this year, UNR's school should be shut down.
Nevada has long struggled to help people with mental illnesses and the state, like many areas of the country, is struggling with the opioid crisis.
On Nevada Public Radio's "State of Nevada" we talk about shift work and sleep health.
Just as the Nevada legislative session ended a week and a half ago, one bill exploded into the national consciousness.
The mental health community is not jumping for joy at the 2017 legislative session, as many of their funding requests have been denied.
Efforts to repeal the Affordable Care Act could signal big changes for Nevadans and their health coverage.
Addiction to heroin and prescribed painkillers remain a scourge in Nevada. Nevada has one of the highest death rates from opioid overdoses in the country.
Colorado has already addressed issues that Nevada faces, such as THC massage and public consumption.
The power of positive thinking has been around a long, long time.
The Congressional Budget Office came out with an Affordable
Las Vegas high school student Sona Dixit is the first place winner in the Las Vegas Brain Bee. Now, she's on her way to the U.S.A. Brain Bee Championship at the University of Maryland, Baltimore.
CARSON CITY, Nev. (AP) — Activists and physicians describe a bleak scenario for reproductive health clinics in Nevada should Republicans in the federal government move forward with plans to cut funds for "family planning" services.
Nevadans legalized recreational adult use of marijuana in November. Now, state lawmakers are figuring out how to regulate it.
Southern Nevada’s allergy season, already one of the worst in the country, got an early start this year.
Nevada ranks near the bottom in terms of access to medical care. The number of doctors per resident is far below national averages.
A scientist at the University of Colorado may become the first female president of Nevada's Desert Research Institute.
Nevada ranks poorly when it comes to mental health.
The governor isn’t the only Sandoval making news this week.
Kathleen Sandoval, the governor’s wife, is visiting Las Vegas to christen the opening of Enliven.
A generous doctor and anonymous donors brightened the spirits — and the vision — of a Las Vegas teenager who is recovering from eyesight-saving surgery.
A few months ago, the Clark County Commission approved a request by the University Medical Center to spend $24 million on a new patient records
After enduring months of grueling chemotherapy, Octavian Mihai was free of cancer but not of doubt.
Slate’s Michelle Goldberg has called it “Trump-induced anxiety” and “a national nervo