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Disney Facing Blacklash with the “Don’t Say Gay” Bill

Disney Facing Blacklash with the "Don't Say Gay" Bill By Hannah Dunbar   In Florida, a bill is currently in the final passage in the statehouse. This so-called “Don’t Say Gay” bill will limit discussion of sexual orientation and gender identity in Florida schools. The proposal, dubbed by opponents as the “Don’t Say Gay” bill, is expected to pass the GOP-controlled legislature this week.   The bill, which is sponsored more »

todayMarch 11, 2022 6


Coronavirus Update

Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak is asking everyone to stay home until May 15 to help limit the spread of COVID-19.  As of today, Sisolak eased outdoor activities and allowed the opening of golf courses, pickleball, tennis courts and some businesses.  Retail businesses and marijuana dispensaries are open and will offer curbside pickup.  People are still encouraged to practice social distancing.

todayMay 1, 2020 12


Assessing the Mental Health of Student Athletes

New science is shedding light on just how important mental health is for athletic performance. One of the people spearheading a movement towards mental health in sports is today's guest, Bradley Donohue, a professor of psychology at UNLV.

todayNovember 11, 2018 24


Preparing for the Worst

UNLV recently created the position of Emergency Manager, a role that entails preparing for scenarios you hope will never happen. Filling the role is Yuri Graves, who headed emergency scenarios and preparedness for the US Coast Guard and the City of Henderson.

todayNovember 4, 2018 31


The Mental Health Impact of the 1 October Shooting

In the aftermath of the 10/1 shooting, Steven Banning, a UNLV professor, went into academic action. He began tracking the mental health impact the shooting had on people at the concert and in the Las Vegas area. He reveals what he learned from his work, and how we should think about treating the unseen wounds of mass shootings.  

todayOctober 28, 2018 67


Bioinformatics and Genomics

Your genes not only reveal you backstory, but also future choices you may want to make regarding your health. Dr. Martin Schiller is a professor at UNLV who runs the Nevada Institute of Personalized Medicine. He’s interested in bioinformatics and genomics, and using that information to develop individualized treatments to patients.

todayOctober 14, 2018 22


The #IQuitFor Campaign

Comprehensive Cancer Centers of Nevada (CCCN) and the University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV) have partnered to help residents of Southern Nevada and visitors from out-of-state quit smoking. In this episode, guests Dr. Matthew Schwartz and Dr. Salvatore Biazzo talk about the #IQuitFor campaign which encourages smokers to write the name of a child, parent, friend or loved one to whom they are promising to quit smoking for, taking the more »

todayDecember 11, 2017 10


Aging in Place

The World Health Organization estimates that between 2015 and 2050 the proportion of the world's population over 60 will double. By the year 2020 the number of people aged 50 to 60 will out-number children younger than 5 years. In this episode of Nevada Health, guest host Gary Larson discusses how to care for an ageing population with Anthony Rufo of HAPPIE Home and Scott Gulbransen of AARP Nevada.

todayDecember 4, 2017 65


Testosterone in Men

In the 1980’s sales of prescription testosterone totaled about $18 million by 2000 sales were $70 million and by 2013 the market had grown nearly thirty fold to $2 billion. On today’s episode we will look at why so many men are taking testosterone and what it does.

todayNovember 27, 2017 48