MountainView Hospital has been approved to host Nevada’s first anestheiology resident program starting in July, the hospital has announced.
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At least two more people have died from the flu in Clark County in the past week as the number of confirmed cases continues to rise, data released Friday at the Southern Nevada Health District show.
Usda Accused of Disseminating “Corporate Propaganda” Backing Agribusiness Switch of Organics to (soil-less) Hydroponic Production
Regulators Bypass Expert Panel, Endorse Organic Practices Banned Worldwide
FOIA Documents, Witnesses Indicate Collusion, USDA Organic Program in Turmoil: Formal Complaint Filed with Office of Inspector General
“Food is the single greatest way our bodies face exposure to the outside environment”
Oak Orchard Health is pleased to announce that Joseph Zaremba, DDS is accepting new patients in both the Brockport and Warsaw office locations.
As superfoods continue to grow in popularity, so too has the interest in chlorella.
John Cullen, assistant director of the University of Rochester’s Susan B. Anthony Center, talks to WXXI’s Beth Adams
Tinctures are liquid extracts made from medicinal plants.
Women in labor should be given more time to give birth and have fewer medical interventions, while participating more in decision-making, the World Health Organization (WHO) said on Thursday.
Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge commends the White House’s Reforming Biopharmaceutical Pricing at Home and Abroad report, which calls for decreasing the concentration of Pharmacy Benefit Managers (PBMs). Three PBMs make up 85 percent of the current market, meaning they
Clark County is one of 15 counties nationwide selected to participate in an annual federal survey on health and nutrition beginning this month, the Southern Nevada Health District announced Tuesday.
In a Daily Mail article, Dr. Michael Greger explained that switching to a vegetarian diet can ease or even reverse the ill effects of diabetes. The dietary change is so effective that improvements can be felt within a matter of hours.
Participants to gain greater access to adult day health care through community partnerships
Internal CDC Email Correspondence Reveals a Corrupt Culture
f there was ever a time to make sure we are on top of our immunity, it would be winter.
Nevada’s health insurance marketplace will replace the federal HealthCare.gov enrollment platform with a cheaper, state-based site in 2019.
Many ailments are caused by a nutritional imbalance.
Research that was recently published in the IOSR Journal of Environmental Science, Toxicology and Food Technology (IOSR-JESTFT) studied the production of a digestive pill that contains Solanum nigrum — commonly known as the black nightshade — as its primary ingredient.
The flu has caused many schools throughout the state to close one or more days due the high number of students, teachers and staff coming down with the illness. No major problems have been reported in Fordyce, Bearden or Hampton Schools. But there has been a problem in Cleveland County. The Cleveland
Check out some of these cost-effective alternatives and additions to your usual protein shake.
Researchers at the Bundelkhand University in India have brought the best of both worlds together by combining holy basil, one of the most popular medicinal herbs in traditional Ayurvedic medicine, and pasta, the ready-to-cook and easy-to-prepare ingredient that’s gaining ground in modern Indian cuisine.
Limbs are gone. Spirits remain attached. Medical science is the bridge between them.
Keep dementia at bay with these foods
A proposed telemedicine bill has Kansas medical providers pushing for a new chance to make their services eligible for reimbursement.
Here are top 5 that you can do to remove toxins from the body naturally
On average, women’s personal care products contain almost 200 chemical ingredients, while men’s personal care products contain almost a hundred.
A new study released by the National Institutes of Health shows that exposure to cell phone radiation known as RFR causes male rats to develop a rare type of cancer.
Insecticide foggers, also known as “bug bombs,” are still causing illnesses in the U.S., even after manufacturers were ordered to change the products’ labels to make them safer, researchers say.
Eating fermented foods has numerous benefits, such as protecting the body from harmful bacteria including salmonella and E. coli.
Broward Health’s top doctors have warned the district’s leadership that the medical staff’s ability to function “is being compromised to the detriment of Broward Health as a viable health care system.”
This small, purple flower is indeed a herb you should familiarize yourself with.
The general populace is just beginning to realize that food is a major factor in determining their overall health. This common sense has eluded many for decades thanks to the diligent brainwashing done by Big Pharma and their white coat salesmen.
These eight herbs, spices, and foods can help restore your cells’ sensitivity to insulin.
Vitamin E Found to Have Bone Health Benefits: Research Finds It Improves Bone Density in Postmenopausal Women
A new study revealed that vitamin E — in particular tocotrienol — could improve the bone density of postmenopausal women.
There are some ways to sterilize a wound using products right from your kitchen or medicine cabinet.
Keep brain fog at bay with these smart tips
Look up from this screen right now. Take a look around. On a bus. In a cafe. Even at a stoplight. Chances are, most of the other people in your line of sight are staring at their phones or other devices. And if they don’t happen to have one out, it is certainly tucked away in a pocket or bag.
No one wants to look or feel old. Unfortunately, this process has been accelerated due to a number of factors, but a big one is oxidative damage caused by the formation of free radicals.
The debate raging around the genetic modification of food crops is likely to heat up even more now that the Food and Drug Administration has declared a new GM rice known as Huahui 1 to be safe, despite performing none of its own independent tests.
In a recently published study, researchers from the Muğla Sıtkı Koçman University and Mehmet Akif Ersoy University in Turkey have found that extracts from the Hypericum perforatum L. (commonly known as St. John’s wort) have antibacterial, antioxidant, and antimutagenic (prevents the alteration of a genetic material in a cell) properties.
The university hopes to open the facility by the spring of 2021 — a key time for the new school.
Certain fruits go well together and can be combined to create a delicious fruit bowl, but researchers from the Benue State University in Nigeria had something different in mind with the combining process that they have developed.
Epa Division That Studies the Health Risks of Toxic Chemicals is in a Fight for Its Life — Against the Epa
A SMALL BUT vitally important program within the Environmental Protection Agency is in a fight for its life.
A study in Washington state found that in a single year more than 600,000 patients underwent treatment they didn’t need, at an estimated cost of $282 million. “Do no harm” should include the cost of care, too, the report author says.
A telemedicine bill aimed at improving health care access for Kansans, particularly in rural areas, may get bogged down in abortion politics.
A new Blind Center of Nevada building that will allow the organization to expand services for the blind and visually impaired has opened in Las Vegas
Aside from its flavor, mustard is also valued for its nutrient content
ackfruit is known to be the largest tree-borne fruit in the world.
Make your wheat pasta more nutritious by adding some ginger powder to it.
Nestle will respond in the coming days to a research report into its baby formula that accused the world’s largest packaged food company of putting profit before science.