In The News: Division of Health Sciences

Reno Gazette-Journal
March 6, 2020

After originating in China late last year, the coronavirus has spread globally.

WZDX
March 6, 2020

Responding to the new coronavirus in the United States, an $8.3 billion bill to fight the COVID-19 outbreak was signed by President Trump. His administration was also considering support for hard-hit industries like travel and tourism.

treehugger
March 5, 2020

Nevada study finds that every thousand bucks of added value decreases the odds of yielding to pedestrians by three percent.

Driving
March 3, 2020

A new study in the Journal of Transportation and Health, unearthed by the dweebs at Car and Driver, suggests drivers of higher-cost cars were less likely to yield to pedestrians at a mid-block crosswalk.

El Tiempo
March 3, 2020

If you drive an expensive vehicle, you are likely to be less courteous to pedestrians.

stuff
March 3, 2020

Most American drivers don't yield when a pedestrian crosses the street, but drivers of expensive cars are some of the worst offenders, according to a new study out of the US.

USA Today
March 2, 2020

Most drivers don't yield when a pedestrian crosses the street, but drivers of expensive cars are some of the worst offenders, according to a new study.

Yahoo!
March 2, 2020

Perhaps more than one suspected it and others strongly denied it, however, science has unanimously determined a correlation between drivers who leave much to be desired and their interest in acquiring high-end cars.

Las Vegas Review Journal
March 2, 2020

If you drive an expensive vehicle, odds are you are less than courteous to pedestrians.

KNPR News
March 2, 2020

COVID-19, the coronavirus that has sickened tens of thousands in China and killed more than 2,800 people worldwide, has yet to make landfall in Las Vegas.

Las Vegas Review Journal
March 2, 2020

In the past two months, “coronavirus” has become a household word. But how much do we know about the virus and the disease it causes, COVID-19? Here are some key facts as well as information about what to expect and how to prepare.

The Cable Lifestyle
February 29, 2020

According to the study published in Science Direct journal, such people are also likely to flout traffic laws than their counterparts with cheap cars.