March 24 Is World TB DayAt any given time, there are about 40-60 people undergoing treatment for active TB in Clark County under the supervision of the Health District.
March Is National Nutrition MonthThe Southern Nevada Health District is encouraging everyone to "Put Your Best Fork Forward."
SNHD, Touro University Partner Up on Immunization DriveChildren who qualify for the federal Vaccines for Children program can receive free vaccinations at a health clinic at the school's campus. Prices for adults.
Washoe County Reports 1st Flu-Related Death of SeasonA day after Clark County confirmed its first flu-related death of the season in the Las Vegas-area, Washoe County health officials reported their first flu fatality in northern Nevada.
Clark County Sees First Flu-Related Death of SeasonClark County has reported its first flu-related death of this year's flu season.
North Las Vegas Restaurant Reopens After Bedbug Bites PatronA restaurant in the Silver Nugget Casino in North Las Vegas has reopened after a customer posted on Facebook that she was bitten by bedbugs while dining there.
Vegas Case of St. Louis Encephalitis is the First in YearsLas Vegas health officials say they've identified the first human case of St. Louis encephalitis in nearly a decade.
Las Vegas Area Sees 1st Human West Nile Case of 2016The Las Vegas area has now seen its first human case of the West Nile virus this year.
Water at Las Vegas Lodge Tests Positive for BacteriaA lodge outside Las Vegas is taking precautionary measures after its water tested positive for harmful bacteria.
Health Department Warns of Spike in Encephalitis MosquitoesLas Vegas health officials are warning of a spike in the number of mosquitoes infected with St. Louis encephalitis, though no human cases have been reported.
Health District Launches HIV Mobile Testing UnitThe mobile unit will be available for viewing today at the Health District’s location at 280 S. Decatur Blvd. from 10 a.m. – 11 a.m.
Southern Nevada Rejects Trauma Center ApplicationsHealth officials in southern Nevada have rejected three applications for level 3 trauma centers amid concerns that some applicants were driven by financial gain rather than public interest.