In The News: Division of Health Sciences

Science Alert
March 24, 2020

We asked public health experts from the UNLV School of Public Health how people can protect themselves from being infected with the new coronavirus in these situations.

Wisconsin State Journal
March 23, 2020

With gyms forced to close amid rapidly changing health guidance and restrictions on gatherings to slow the COVID-19 pandemic, people are finding innovative ways to maintain exercise routines in the face of unprecedented disruption.

Las Vegas Sun
March 23, 2020

Just one week ago, coronavirus was not known to be circulating widely in Nevada, and most of the valley was still operating business as usual.

Las Vegas Sun
March 23, 2020

Just one week ago, coronavirus was not known to be circulating widely in Nevada, and most of the valley was still operating business as usual.

The Jakarta Post
March 23, 2020

Public health officials consistently promote hand-washing as a way for people to protect themselves from the COVID-19 coronavirus. However, this virus can live on metal and plastic for days, so simply adjusting your eyeglasses with unwashed hands may be enough to infect yourself. Thus, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the World Health Organization have been telling people to stop touching their faces.

The Jakarta Post
March 23, 2020

Public health officials consistently promote hand-washing as a way for people to protect themselves from the COVID-19 coronavirus. However, this virus can live on metal and plastic for days, so simply adjusting your eyeglasses with unwashed hands may be enough to infect yourself. Thus, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the World Health Organization have been telling people to stop touching their faces.

Good Magazine
March 23, 2020

Public health officials consistently promote hand-washing as a way for people to protect themselves from the COVID-19 coronavirus. However, this virus can live on metal and plastic for days, so simply adjusting your eyeglasses with unwashed hands may be enough to infect yourself. Thus, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the World Health Organization have been telling people to stop touching their faces.

Good Magazine
March 23, 2020

Public health officials consistently promote hand-washing as a way for people to protect themselves from the COVID-19 coronavirus. However, this virus can live on metal and plastic for days, so simply adjusting your eyeglasses with unwashed hands may be enough to infect yourself. Thus, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the World Health Organization have been telling people to stop touching their faces.

Las Vegas Sun
March 23, 2020

Patients are placed on a ventilator if they are having trouble breathing or can’t breathe on their own, including those under general anesthesia for surgery. It’s also critical life-support equipment for those with COVID-19, the disease caused by coronavirus.

Las Vegas Review Journal
March 23, 2020

A rapid influx of coronavirus patients could soon inundate Nevada hospitals, pushing them past their capacity and threatening health care workers’ safety.

KUNR
March 21, 2020

Walk into many grocery stores these days, and you’ll see two things: crowds and empty shelves. You may also notice narrow aisles and checkout lines that make it hard to practice the social distancing recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Edge Media Network
March 21, 2020

Public health officials consistently promote hand-washing as a way for people to protect themselves from the COVID-19 coronavirus. However, this virus can live on metal and plastic for days, so simply adjusting your eyeglasses with unwashed hands may be enough to infect yourself. Thus, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the World Health Organization have been telling people to stop touching their faces.