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UNLV School of Integrated Health Sciences dean Ronald Brown discusses evolution, effects, and early intervention of the most studied disorder in child psychiatry.
Alumna Rosedaveia Howell is the first UNLV recipient of the American Physical Therapy Association's Minority Scholarship.
Amanda Osse is the first recipient of the award named in honor of Nathan Lindsay, who passed away after a 15-year battle with Alzheimer's disease.
With her clinical contacts and student focus, Melinda Bechtel built the ultrasound degree program into a career launching pad.
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The director of UNLV’s Occupational Therapy program likens her field to the nest-building skills of birds.
UNLV research shows that a simple serving of strawberries each day can boost cardiometabolic health without the need for medication.
The ER doctor and Integrated Health Sciences Alumnus of the Year shifted from baseball to medicine after a shoulder injury.
UNLV professor Jennifer Nash shares insights on why fall prevention is so important to maintaining health as we age.
UNLV faculty and students screen community members in Las Vegas, Henderson, and Pahrump.
Clinical rotations bring much-needed services to small communities while enhancing the skills of future UNLV graduates.