southern nevada health district
The Southern Nevada Health District reports the flu has claimed the lives of the people in Southern Nevada.
Las Vegas public health officials say dozens of people linked to a tuberculosis outbreak at a neonatal unit have tested positive for the disease.
One student reportedly affected at Coronado High in Henderson
Electronic cigarettes are becoming popular among smokers, but a growing number of Las Vegas locations are banning the devices.
Health officials urged tuberculosis testing for hundreds of babies, family members and staff who were at a Las Vegas neonatal intensive care unit this past summer, saying they want to take extra precautions after the death of a mother and her twin babies and the infection of more than 26 people.
Parents, whose children were patients at Summerlin Hospital’s Neonatal Intensive Care Unit this past summer, are urged to get their kids tested for tuberculosis.
Board members of the Southern Nevada Health District thought the future was now.
Protecting you and your family from heat-related illness will be a top priority for the foreseeable future
Firefly is re-opening its doors after an outbreak of salmonella.
Two bats have tested positive for rabies in Clark County this year. The Southern Nevada Health District is warning that any human contact with bats should be followed up with a medical assessment.