School of Integrated Health Sciences News
The School of Integrated Health Sciences prepares students for entry-level health-related positions and further graduate or professional studies with classroom instruction, laboratory/clinical practice, research, and mentoring.
Current Integrated Health Sciences News
A collection of news stories from 2019 highlighting UNLV's impact in Southern Nevada and beyond.
A collection of stories highlighting UNLV faculty and students who made the news in 2019.
UNLV’s new Department of Brain Health leads interdisciplinary effort to answer tough questions about traumatic brain injury.
A collection of local, national, and international news stories highlighting the people and programs of UNLV.
Expanding research activity results in multiple grants and publications.
MGM College Opportunity Program at UNLV offers a flexible and affordable way for the company's employees to complete their degrees.
Integrated Health Sciences In The News
If you find yourself dragging during your exercise routine, a pre-workout caffeine supplement could be just the thing to give you a boost of focus and energy.
For many Americans, an exercise routine looks like a lot of time indoors -- treadmills, ellipticals, weights and more -- but as one researcher can attest, the benefits of taking that workout outside, especially if it’s for a hike through nature, can be more beneficial than exercise confined to gyms and homes.
As new treatments are developed for traumatic brain injury and Alzheimer’s disease, a significant amount of credit could go to UNLV’s new Department of Brain Health.
Biogen Inc. stunned Alzheimer’s researchers in March when it said its highly awaited Alzheimer’s treatment aducanumab was unlikely to work. Seven months later, the company reversed course and said the drug did work after all -- at least in one of two large trials.
Nearly fifty-thousand Nevadans are currently living with Alzheimer's, and that number is only expected to skyrocket over the next decade. On this Nevada Week, we'll explore how close local researchers are to a cure. Plus, what role do citizen scientists and caregivers play toward fighting this neurodegenerative disease?
Here's how to kick back without falling off the wagon entirely.