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More than 6 million Americans are living with Alzheimer's disease, a staggering number that's expected to double within the next 30 years.
It’s a classic science fiction trope: Astronauts on an interstellar journey are kept in sleek, refrigerated pods in a state of suspended animation. Although such pods remain purely fictional, scientists have pursued research into inducing a hibernation-like state in humans to lessen the damage caused by medical conditions such as heart attacks and stroke, and to reduce the stress and costs of future long-distance space sojourns.
As more states legalize online gambling and sports betting and see revenues explode, they are turning to technology to monitor signs of addiction among users.
Students at UNLV are building a new vehicle from the ground up to compete in an international racing series next week. The Rebel Racing team is working to get RR7 up and running for the four-day Baja SAE, a contest that challenges engineering students to design and build an off-road vehicle.
The Appropriations Act is the largest bill in terms of appropriations from the general fund, a budget account that holds revenue from the state’s major tax streams, including sales, gaming and business taxes.
According to 2022 data, the average age of a visitor to the city of Las Vegas is 40.7. Millennials visit Sin City more than any other generation, followed by Gen X, Gen Z, and baby boomers, in that order.
Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders make up the fastest growing community in Southern Nevada. Yet, they are underrepresented in our region's history.
Well, it looks like the Oakland A’s are one step closer to getting public financing for a new stadium in Las Vegas. Yesterday, the Nevada Independent reported that the team and state officials had reached a “loose agreement” for a reduced public financing package.
New research is showing that an abundance of certain specific types of gut bacteria could be associated with the likelihood of developing Alzheimer's disease.