Juul Labs announced it will stop selling its flavored pods at more than 90,000 retail stores nationwide, including convenience stores and specialty vape shops.
According to Mental Health America’s most recent rankings, Nevada is ranked 51st in mental health services and availability.
Riders spend a lot of time with their horses ahead of competitions. However, next month they will compete for more than just ribbons; they will ride for a special group of children. Who the Meadow View Farms Charity Horse Show benefits in Health Watch.
Monday the Washoe County Health District reported the first flu-related death in Washoe County for the 2018-2019 flu season.
The FDA says it will start the process to ban menthol in cigarettes and strictly limit sales of flavored e-cigarettes to youths.
For the next 45 days, Nevada residents can shop for and enroll in a qualified health plan that best fits their budgetary and health circumstances.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has approved a new flu drug. Xofluza can be used on patients 12 and older who've been showing symptoms for no more than 48 hours.
One in eight women in the U.S. will be diagnosed with breast cancer. The Carson Tahoe Breast Center is part of a huge clinical trial to help detect cancer even sooner.
It is season three for the Breast Cancer 2 Bikini project which we have followed over the years here on 2 News. It is a free program for breast cancer survivors and the culmination of all their hard work is a fitness competition. Why it is more than a physical goal for the women in Health Watch.
U.S. regulators have expanded the use of Merck’s cervical cancer vaccine to adults up to age 45. The vaccine was previously only for preteens and young adults through 26.
The University of Nevada School of Medicine says it will hold free clinics October through December.
The Division of Insurance has posted the approved 2019 health insurance rates for all plans in the Individual Health Insurance Market. Open enrollment begins November 1.
Truckee Meadows Healthy Communities is teaming up with Washoe County School District, the health district and other partners next week for the Family Health Festival.
The Mono County Health Department is scheduled to hold several community flu shot clinics over the next few weeks.
After 75 years, United Blood Services has changed their name....to Vitalant.
It's a scary and heavy subject. But this Suicide Prevention Month our Ask the Doctor guest is talking about the warning signs.
The Washoe County Health District says a South Meadows-area resident has tested positive for West Nile Virus. It is the first human case this year in Washoe County that is suspected to have been acquired locally.
Open enrollment for health insurance through Nevada Health Link starts November first. And new rules mean Federal requirements for some health insurance plans sold outside of the Exchange have been loosened; these short-term plans are sometimes called "junk plans."
Weightlifters are throwing around the LBs for some little people - who are arguably even stronger than them. Who a community-wide competition will benefit in Health Watch.
Carson City Health and Human Services is reporting the first human case of West Nile Virus in Lyon County for 2018.
How soon should a wound heal? Find out in our Ask the Doctor with the head of Saint Mary's Limb Preservation and Wound Clinic.
Do you or a family member have a wound that just won't heal? Monday’s Ask the Doctor is for you.
The Reno Aces are teaming up with the United Blood Services for the Save Lives blood drives in Northern Nevada. At each of the blood drives, Aces fans will be able to receive Aces merchandise including T-shirts, hats and water bottles. There will be photo opportunities with the Aces mascot, Archie or the Street Team.
April is National Donate Life Month to raise awareness for organ and tissue donation. Today, one Reno mother got to thank the EMT who made it possible for her baby to save two lives, after her death.
Make-A-Wish is at it again... but this time in Sparks. The special surprise the non-profit gave a little boy battling leukemia in Health Watch.
U.S. health authorities are ordering a Las Vegas company to pull its herbal supplements off the market because some of its products tested positive for salmonella, part of a nationwide outbreak linked to the ingredient kratom.
Prevention is key when it comes to colon cancer which is the third leading cause of cancer deaths among women - behind breast and lung cancer.
Chronic pain can be debilitating. But now high-frequency technology may be able to help more people than before - live pain-free and without opioids.
While you hope it never happens, it is comforting to know medical professionals are trained to treat a serious heart attack... and quickly. If you think you are experiencing a heart attack or symptoms that may lead to one, it is best to call 911. But then what happens? Renown Health invited Kristen Remington to be part of what’s called a Code STEMI Drill to find out in Health Watch.