In The News: UNLV School of Medicine
At one of the largest groups in Las Vegas providing obstetrical and gynecological care, the job keeps getting busier.
Pregnant women could face difficulties when it comes to scheduling prenatal care with their doctors because according to a new study, there’s a national OB-GYN shortage.
New research showing that greater Las Vegas is at the highest risk in the U.S. for a worsening shortage of OB-GYNs comes as no surprise to members of the local medical community.
Millions of students are working overtime to become the next generation of wage earners. But in the process, unfortunately, all too many let their health slip down the priority list. And when they do, a vicious cycle ensues where grades start going down, forcing a student to further turn to less healthy behaviors such as getting less sleep, eating the wrong foods for energy, or engage in risky behavior.
Becoming temporarily blind in 2015 was Robert Hoey’s wake-up call to take control of his Type 1 diabetes.
This is truer, especially in its application to relationships, marriages and other emotional/romantic situations. While there’s to be a moderation in the regularity of these conflicts, this in itself is still not enough to keep the relationship healthy.
Nevada sent more than 150 children in its juvenile justice and child welfare systems out of state for behavioral health treatment last year, some of them thousands of miles away to far-flung facilities in Detroit, Nashville and Savannah.
According to UNLV’s School of Medicine, despite years of warnings about the risks associated with drinking while pregnant, doctors across Southern Nevada are still reporting high rates of FASD, Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder.
Rapid Dose Therapeutics Corp. (“RDT”) (CSE: DOSE) announced today that the results of a research study conducted by the University of Nevada, Las Vegas (“UNLV”) was published in the high impact journal, Frontiers in Pharmacology, on September 10, 2019.
If your child attends school or day care, you probably know vaccines are required for attendance. But you might not realize some rules have recently changed in certain areas. For example, this year New York state stopped allowing families to take a religious exemption to vaccines required for school. California vaccine law also stopped allowing religious exemptions in 2015.
The School of Medicine, located in the heart of the city's medical district, has admitted new students all with ties to Nevada.
UNLV's medical school is expected to bring over a billion dollars and thousands of jobs to the medical district by 2030.