In The News: Kirk Kerkorian School of Medicine at UNLV

KVVU-TV: Fox 5
January 19, 2022

Business leaders at Preview Las Vegas said gambling revenue booms and construction projects are paving the way forward for Nevada's economic outlook, but labor shortages continue to be a hurdle for businesses to recover.  

Las Vegas Review Journal
January 18, 2022

Dr. Marc Kahn, dean of the Kirk Kerkorian School of Medicine at UNLV, said Friday his understanding is the school district’s pause wasn’t so much to slow coronavirus transmission but rather a workforce issue because a “fair number of people” are out with COVID-19.

El Tiempo
January 18, 2022

The Clark County School District's decision to cancel two days of school – combined with a long holiday weekend – will help the district operationally recover after a spike in COVID-19 cases, but it's unclear how it may affect community case rates, health officials say.

Metro World News
January 18, 2022

Expert tells the secret to rekindling the relationship

Las Vegas Sun
January 18, 2022

Edwin Oh, an associate professor at the Kirk Kerkorian School of Medicine at UNLV, was among the first to discover the omicron variant in Clark County.

ElMundo.cr
January 15, 2022

Dr. Evelyn Montalvo-Stanton, head of Pediatrics at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV), explained that “there are two different viruses that are attacking the person. If the person has the flu and covid vaccine, it will not hit them hard. But it is a combination. It is not a new variant. It is not a new virus.”

Voice of America
January 15, 2022

Flurone or coronaflu, or what is the same, the simultaneous contagion of COVID-19 and influenza in the same patient, is not a new variant of the coronavirus, but a double infection that can be prevented, clarified specialists consulted by the Voice of America .

Business Mayor
January 15, 2022

While December may have been loaded up with coupley activities (Winter Wonderland, carefully choosing each other’s gifts, drinking hot chocolate by a fireplace), January can see romance drooping faster than that tree still lingering in the corner.

 

Big World Tale
January 15, 2022

While December may have been loaded up with coupley activities (Winter Wonderland, carefully choosing each other’s gifts, drinking hot chocolate by a fireplace), January can see romance drooping faster than that tree still lingering in the corner.

Psychiatric Times
January 14, 2022

Ann Childress, MD, shares insights into ADHD in very young children at the 2022 APSARD Conference.

Yahoo!
January 14, 2022

The state of Nevada announced its first known case of the omicron variant on Dec. 14 after a woman tested positive. Scientists at the University of Nevada-Las Vegas detected the variant a week before.

Polish News
January 14, 2022

The race to trace the unfold of COVID-19 is taking scientists into the sewers.