Experts In The News

Northwest Asian Weekly

There are over 53 million caregivers in the United States, possibly closer to 60 million. These caregivers are of all ages—nearly half are millennials or younger—and the people they care for come in all varieties. In spite of this, caregivers, and those they care for, are something of an invisible group. They are subjected to stereotypes of what a caregiver is, or who receives care, and they often feel alone. For these reasons, it’s important that caregivers also take care of themselves.

Cleveland Jewish News

Developers for a new potential hotel on the Las Vegas Strip aim to solve an ongoing problem for Jewish tourists and professional convention-goers to the Silver State.

MIT Technology Review

For most people around the world, Meta’s text-based social network Threads is a platform that they haven’t thought of for months. But for Liu, a design professional in Taipei, it’s where she’s receiving unprecedented attention.

Mirage News

It turns out that money isn't the only thing sports gamblers are risking. According to a new study, bettors who wager on sporting events, esports, and daily fantasy sports are much more likely than other individuals to binge drink.

Medical Xpress

It turns out that money isn't the only thing sports gamblers are risking. According to a new study, bettors who wager on sporting events, esports, and daily fantasy sports are much more likely than other individuals to binge drink.

K.V.V.U. T.V. Fox 5

When it first opened on April 4, 1957, the Tropicana was the most expensive hotel-casino ever built on the Las Vegas Strip. It was dubbed the “Tiffany of the Desert” in a nod to the status jewelry store. That elevated level of style set a new bar for what guests could and should expect, on a visit to Vegas.

Las Vegas Review Journal

The story of the Las Vegas Strip started more than 80 years ago this week on a ranch. More specifically, a Western-themed resort called El Rancho Vegas.

Eurekalert!

UNLV study finds binge drinking is disproportionately more common among sports bettors than non-gamblers or those who don't wager on sports