It’s hard to imagine a place that stands to lose more during the coronavirus outbreak than Las Vegas. Its economy is built on big gatherings: casinos and concerts, conferences and clubs. According to the Nevada Resort Association, a quarter of all Nevada workers are in the hospitality industry.
Smoking, vaping and substance abuse put people at higher risk of coronavirus infection as disease attacks lungs
COVID-19, the disease caused by the new coronavirus, might hit people who smoke, vape or have drug addiction problems the hardest, warn experts. The warning comes after the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) stated that smokers are at a higher risk, thanks to their compromised immunity.
The online gambling industry has developed around the world and provided customers an enjoyable form of entertainment. As with almost any activity, so long as the product is used in appropriate moderation, it causes no harm and provides the benefits of any number of forms of leisure activities. In normal operations, operators should be keeping a watch for players playing for excessive amounts of time or money (which may not be conclusive), but the vast majority of customers are playing for the fun and excitement of the game.
Several faculty and staff members recently were recognized by the College of Sciences with the following awards:
Distinguished Classified Staff Award
Rychelle Tomlin, College of Sciences
Distinguished Professional Staff Award
Martha Schumacher, College of Sciences
Distinguished Researcher Award
Balakrishnan Naduvalath, Chemistry and...
Published: Lung-Chang Chien, Max Gakh, and Courtney Coughenour
Lung-Chang Chien, Max Gakh, and Courtney Coughenour (all Environmental & Occupational Health) published an article on "Temporal Trend of Research Related to Gun Violence from 1981 to 2018 in the United States: A Bibliometric Analysis" in the journal Injury Epidemiology.
This study aimed to evaluate the variation in gun violence-related...
Wendy Kveck (Art) has an interview online at The Art People podcast. She discusses her growth and development as a painter, performance artist, sculptor, and educator in Las Vegas with podcast host Justin Favela, '14 BA Art. Her work involves collaboration, found photographs, and non-traditional materials such as cake frosting.