The miniature pacemaker implanted in Pamela Ham without surgery is the latest effort to make heart surgery less traumatic.
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Nine years ago, Brown was diagnosed with the second most common form of blood cancer. Her diagnosis can be attributed to a routine blood test and a doctor with a good eye.
For many women, their hair is an expression of who they are as much as their decisions of what to wear. So facing hair loss, because of cancer treatment, alopecia, genetics or any other reason, can be upsetting.
His show, “Nevada Health,” which launched March 6 and will air on Mondays, focuses on health and wellness and will feature experts in a variety of fields.
Paintball players converged at Craig Ranch Regional Park over the weekend for the first in a series of five tournaments put on nationwide by the National XBall League.
When March Madness ends, college basketball fans will be left wanting until the next season rolls around. But for an elite few, whose homes are complete with a private indoor sports court, there never has to be an off-season.
The Hall is the brainchild of Jim Hemming, a now-retired trombone player and bandleader who recognized that a generation of dedicated jazz musicians no longer had a place to play, to practice and perfect their craft.
Bird enthusiasts celebrated International Migratory Bird Day by wandering through Clark County Wetlands Park, hoping to catch a glimpse of birds passing through.
With her correct spelling of “samurai,” 13-year-old Maia Marshall survived a tension-filled contest Satruday at Bishop Gorman High School and earned the right to compete in Washington, D.C.
It was 1985 and two years into Michael Jordan’s run as the greatest basketball player of all time. A new shoe hit the market, and with one logo, a culture that would outlast any player’s career was born.