Two Las Vegas siblings are in the nation’s capital to lobby for federal funding for research on Type 1 diabetes.
Gallbladder detox essentials you need to keep in mind
After 10 Years of Pressure by The Cornucopia Institute, an Article in The Washington Post is Changing the Competitive Landscape in Organics
Decreasing sensitivity to insulin – often associated with obesity and eventual type 2 diabetes – may also cause young adults to have lower bone mass at a time of life when it should be at its peak, Korean researchers say.
A group of Democratic senators hopes to ban a pesticide the U.S. government has greenlighted for use, according to a bill unveiled on Tuesday in a challenge to Republican President Donald Trump’s push to loosen environmental regulations.
Did you know that eating cayenne on a regular basis can help your body fight cancer-causing elements and make it so that there is a steady and healthy flow of blood in your body?
Here’s a list of the 7 Best Essential Oils and how to use them
An estimated 700 to 900 women in the U.S. died from pregnancy-related causes in 2016. We have identified 120 of them so far.
A research team led by the Tokyo-based National Cancer Center Japan has developed a new test to diagnose 13 kinds of cancers from a single drop of blood, with a clinical study set to start from next month.
A South African child born with HIV has surprised experts by appearing to be effectively cured of the AIDS virus after just a year of treatment followed by eight and a half years drug-free.
Twelve years ago, I was a retail wine buyer for a liquor store in Healdsburg, California.
An anonymous gift of $200,000 has been made to help fund programs at the UNLV Medicine Ackerman Center for Autism and Neurodevelopment Solutions.
Five nutrients that can be taken regularly to reduce the risk of developing this debilitating illness.
An outbreak of salmonella food poisoning linked to a type of papaya has sickened 47 people from 12 states, including one person in New York City who died and 12 who were hospitalized, U.S. health officials said on Friday.
The Neon Museum offers hot yoga sessions in its outdoor Neon Boneyard.
It’s time to go green — and spread all that loving goodness on your skin.
A 16-year-long multinational cohort study concluded that moderate consumption of coffee decreased the risk of developing heart disease, regardless of its preparation.
Chemotherapy obsolete? “Ceramide nanoliposome” uses liposomal delivery to target and kill cancer cells without harming healthy cells
Penn State researchers have developed a new compound, called ceramide nanoliposome, that has the potential to replace radiation and chemotherapy in the future.
There are many lifestyle and dietary factors than can lead to chronic liver inflammation, and one of them is a Western diet.
Have you ever said no to a cherry? Probably not.
Testing has confirmed Norovirus in a customer who ate at the Virginia Chipotle Mexican Grill Inc restaurant that was briefly closed earlier this week following multiple reports of diners falling ill, a county health department official said on Thursday.
The tobacco industry continues to subvert government attempts to prevent tobacco-related deaths, the World Health Organization (WHO) said on Wednesday in a fresh call to counter corporate lobbying and litigation.
A $1.2 million allocation from the attorney general’s office to the University of Nevada, Reno Medical School should soon begin producing more pediatric doctors for the state.
Physicians in rural communities across America are facing the same tough choices as Dr. Arthur. Hospitals are scaling back services, shutting their maternity wards or closing altogether, according to data from hospitals, state health departments, the federal government and rural health organizations.
A breakthrough nutritional study conducted at the Larner College of Medicine at the University of Vermont and published in PLoS ONE has found that just 248mg of magnesium per day leads to an astounding reversal of depression symptoms in study subjects.
Learning new things, eating and drinking well, not smoking and limiting hearing loss and loneliness could prevent a third of dementia cases, health experts said on Thursday.
High-dose vitamin D found to HEAL sunburns by activating skin repair genes… so why won’t dermatologists recommend vitamin D?
The list of Vitamin D’s known health benefits continues to grow as scientists have now discovered it has the power to heal sunburned skin.
Children need to be allowed to play in the dirt to fully develop their immune systems, expert claims
While most parents would do their best to keep their children and their homes as clean as possible, others are happy to let their children get dirty.
A recent study carried out by researchers at the University of California, San Francisco revealed that following a Mediterranean-style diet may mitigate the risk of developing dementia.
As disease rates explode worldwide, getting diagnosed with cancer is now more common than having a baby
A new analysis made by MacMillan Cancer Support showed that more people are being diagnosed with cancer than getting married or having a first baby.
Chipotle Mexican Grill Inc said it will reopen a Virginia restaurant on Wednesday, two days after it was closed due to reports that several customers had fallen ill with suspected norovirus.
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Water in Las Vegas is still safe to drink by federal and state standards, but researchers are watching nitrate levels in the water extracted from ground wells throughout the valley with alarm.
The tobacco giant is pushing Marlboros in colorful ads at kiosks and handing out free smokes at parties frequented by young adults – tactics that break India’s anti-smoking laws, government officials say. Internal documents uncovered by Reuters illuminate the strategy.
Almost one-third of the US population — 100 million people — either has diabetes or its precursor condition, known as pre-diabetes, said a government report Tuesday.
Think of your thyroid as a car engine.
Do you carry a bottle of oregano oil with you? Maybe you should.
Mandatory vaccinations announced by the French Government… how long until this medical tyranny hits the States?
The French government has just announced that parents will be required to vaccinate their children starting next year, joining a growing list of countries that are putting such measures in place.
Whether you have been gluten free for years or are just starting out, it’s a lifestyle rife with challenges.
Human travelers are much more likely than stowaway mosquitoes to import illnesses like Zika, yellow fever, malaria and dengue to a new part of the world via airplane, researchers say.
Chipotle Mexican Grill Inc (CMG.N) closed a restaurant in Virginia because of a suspected norovirus outbreak among some diners, sending its shares lower on Tuesday.
Hospitals and pharmacies are required to toss expired drugs, no matter how expensive or vital. Meanwhile the FDA has long known that many remain safe and potent for years longer.
An animal study published online in the Journals of Gerontology Series A revealed that eating strawberries may well prevent memory decline and subsequent onset of Alzheimer’s disease.
Juvenile arthritis affects nearly 300,000 children in the U.S., according to the National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal Conditions and Skin Diseases.
Detoxify your dirty lungs with these natural steps
A major health scare will keep the key leader and visionary behind the new UNLV School of Medicine from being on hand for a monumental moment Monday — the first day of class for the first class of students.
Dean Foods just acquired Uncle Matt’s Organic… watch out for ingredient alteration and unethical business practices
Dean Foods announced in a press release that it has acquired organic juice company Uncle Matt’s Organic, prompting concerns about just how “organic” their beverages will remain moving forward.
Nutritional deficiencies lead to hundreds of diseases and disorders
If you’ve been struggling with your memory, you could be suffering from a vitamin B12 deficiency.
In Massachusetts, a child who winds up in an emergency room – whether for a routine or a serious problem – is likely to be transferred to a second hospital for care, a “potentially concerning” trend that’s being reported by physicians throughout the United States, researchers say.
And that means Southern Nevadans are canceling their blood donation appointments.
Drinking sparkling water may be bad for your teeth due to its high acid content, experts have said. Dr. Edmond Hewlett from the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) School of Dentistry said drinking fizzy water facilitated the production of carbonic acid, which, while giving the beverage its “crisp” taste, also caused teeth enamel to deteriorate, which could lead to cavities, cracks, and other damage.