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Some 36 years after the first person died from AIDS in Nevada, the lifestyle for those infected with HIV, and their futures, has changed dramatically.
In the fall of 2015, Tonopah’s hospital closed, leaving thousands of central Nevada’s rural residents with no urgent care for a hundred miles.
A new law signed by Governor Steve Sisolak could help rural areas attract more health care professio
When Tonopah’s hospital closed in 2015, it didn’t just leave the town without an emergency room – it left the region without one, too.
In the time she has left, Las Vegan Hanna Olivas still works when she can as a make-up artist, enjoys her grandkids and loves time with her husband, Jerry.
A new study coming out of Columbia University explores the relationship between climate change and wildfires in the West.
An unexpected benefit of having so many professional sports teams in Las Vegas now is the opportunity to study head injuries across these sports.
HIV rates are going down in the country but remain high in Nevada. Why—especially when new antiviral drugs to prevent infection are available?
MEXICO CITY — Diabetes is the among the main causes of death in Mexico, and it falls just behind the U.S.
It’s time for a dinosaur update.
A new Clark County courtroom is in session specifically designed to hear cases involving problem gamblers.
Octopuses… we don’t have a lot of them here in Nevada, but the University of Nevada, Reno just got a big grant to study them.
Whatever kind of romantic relationship you may be in - whether you’re married, in a domestic partnership, or dating - it’s inevitable that there will be stressful times mixed in with the bliss.
Walking among the classic cars and vendor booths set up at Sunset Park to raise money for the Injured Police Officers Fund on a cool February afternoon, Tracy Whitcomb felt a surge of gratitude. Learn how brain surgery helped her ease her mind.
Rates won't be set in stone for a few months, but public officials anticipate costs on the individual market will go up.
On most weekday mornings, Margarita Artee lays down on a therapy table, facing into a donut-shaped pillow and receives treatment for her back problems: ultrasound therapy, electrotherapy and a mass
The tiny fish has long vexed scientists, who want to know more about its origins and life.
Westcare for decades has been the go-to agency for fighting drug addition in Nevada. But it closed one clinic in northern Nevada. And it’s facing tough financial issues in the south.
Nevada's run its own portal before, but the results were not great. What will ensure improved performance with this attempt?
The flu, as many have experienced first-hand, has hit Nevada hard this year — and it's not over yet.
February is peak flu season.
Across the nation, female doctors make 26.5 percent less than male doctors.
With natural disasters, come health disasters.
Areas near Tonopah have suffered since the region's hospital closed two years ago.
The question about whether asbestos found in rocks in the Boulder City area has adverse health effects got closer to being answered.