Research by a team of neuroscientists from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas has shown that it is possible to identify the molecular mechanisms underlying a host of adverse symptoms associated with unique subtypes of neurodevelopmental disorders. This work could one day improve the lives of millions of people worldwide.
To “cry poor mouth” is an expression used to habitually complain about a lack of money. A literal poor mouth, however, represents one of the most widespread global diseases: tooth decay. Cavities resulting from poor oral health can drive everything from emotional issues to low self-esteem and health concerns.
Medical experts explain targeted risk of drug-resistant fungus in Southern Nevada
As reports of drug-resistant fungus ‘Candida Auris’ circulate around Southern Nevada hospitals, medical experts told 8 News Now everyone should be aware, but only a specific group of people should be concerned.
Rosen bill focuses on the shortage of doctors in Nevada and Las Vegas
Nevada Senator Jacky Rosen will present on Tuesday a bipartisan law aimed at solving the shortage of doctors in the country, locating more medical homes funded by the federal government in the areas most in need.