You might think that allergy season is over but it turns out, we are still in it!
A school-based survey shows nearly 1 in 11 U.S. students have used marijuana in electronic cigarettes, heightening concern about the new popularity of vaping among teens.
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.
The University of Nevada School of Medicine says it will hold free clinics in September and October.
The Mammovan will be making stops in northern Nevada during the next few weeks.
Along with raising their own children, a south Reno couple has committed to helping hundreds more - in Uganda. How the Coombs family discovered the overwhelming need for love, nourishment and medical care in tonight’s Health Watch.
Prominence Health Plan and Saint Mary's Medical Group will now host a drive-thru flu shot clinic next month in Reno.
A controversial lecture on nutrition calls into question the health claims for coconut oil. A Harvard adjunct professor who focuses on the role of nutrition in disease called the oil "pure poison."