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If there's a UNLV logo on it, School of Medicine admissions coordinator Alyssa Hill owns it. And if it doesn't come with a logo on it, she'll paint it on herself.
Visiting lecturer stresses the importance of students educating themselves with knowledge that runs beyond medical textbooks — including even that from a legendary basketball coach.
Plight of Afghan refugees hits close to home for School of Medicine employee who came to America after parents fled Vietnam.
A collection of news stories featuring collaboration and reflection at UNLV.
Future healthcare providers learn about challenges that prevent people from seeking treatment.
From professionals to weekend warriors, UNLV Health Sports Medicine Clinic gets active people back in game shape.
Medicine In The News
It’s not like romance blooms only under the mistletoe; but there’s something about winters, shorter days, and having to stay in and cozy that sparks love.
Researchers at UNLV are tracking the Las Vegas Flu season through wastewater studies.
UNLV researchers are tracking flu season through our waste water.
Halloween is in less than two weeks and this year the country's top voice when it comes to the pandemic, Dr. Anthony Fauci, says outdoor trick-or-treating should be safe.
The event was organized by the Honorary Consul of Armenia in Las Vegas Adroushan Andy Armenian, under the auspices of the Consulate General of Armenia in Los Angeles.
The woman took to Twitter to admit that she put a Cadbury Crunchie bar in her vagina after seeing a sex tip in a magazine. However, she didn't get the effect she was hoping for.