In The News: UNLV Health Obstetrics & Gynecology/Maternal Fetal Medicine

October 12, 2022

There's still a major disparity when it comes to healthcare in America. Hispanic adults are less likely than other Americans to receive preventative care.

Medical News Today
July 27, 2022

Experiencing racism can impact both physical and mental health, and with this in mind, researchers from Emory University in Atlanta wanted to find out how this form of discrimination impacts the brain’s microstructures.
July 15, 2022

Las Vegas is apparently becoming the destination of choice for many women looking to get an abortion and who cannot get the procedure in their home states. Nevada clinics also report higher patient volume since a ground-breaking US Supreme Court ruling.

Nevada Current
July 13, 2022

Nevada medical providers are already seeing an influx of patients from across the country seeking abortion services and are warning about a potential tidal wave that could wash over on Nevada’s system of care.

El Tiempo
April 6, 2020

Pregnancy is typically full of excitement, but many expectant mothers in Las Vegas say the COVID-19 pandemic has stripped them of that emotion and replaced it with fear.

Las Vegas Review Journal
February 21, 2020

Jan. 14 was a day of firsts for Tiffany Phuong.

It was the day she became a first-time mother, with the birth of her daughter, Stella.