Our Wedding Story is about Dickson Daggi, a retired Army specialist and Purple Heart awardee who survived two tours in Iraq. The bride is Nikki Abo who works as a pharmacist in Las Vegas.
This year has already been a historic year for women in Nevada. We have celebrated the first female-majority state legislature in the history of our country, and locally, we have welcomed Ms. Kyle B. Rahn as the first female president and CEO of United Way of Southern Nevada.
Just the other day, I connected a fellow female entrepreneur with a potential paid speaking opportunity. The first thing she said was, “Thank you for the opportunity, what can I do for you in return?”
Biology is fascinating because of the complex information that most of us simply don’t understand. How is it that we can examine our bodies and find the DNA of someone else stored within?
Umbilical cord derived stem cells have been demonstrated to be the most potent type of stem in terms of regenerating human cells and reversing disease states in over 100 different conditions including Lupus, Multiple Sclerosis, Rheumatoid arthritis, Osteoarthritis, traumatic brain injuries, neuropathies, diabetes, Parkinsons disease, dementia and stroke injury.
This is my latest lesson in making careful choices when it comes to feeding dogs. Like people, some dogs can eat any and everything, and some dogs cannot. Whether you cook for your dogs, as I do, or feed commercial kibble, one choice doesn’t fit all.
With big names such as Celine Dion, Andrea Bocelli and Tony Bennett gracing the stage during past Power of Love galas, it is the efforts of Camille Ruvo who helped to grow the event.
All throughout Nature there is healing that is happening, which is the result of the Law of Correction. The Law of Correction restores balance everywhere and improves how everything is working. People wear corrective lenses for vision correction and hearing aids for improved hearing.
Desiree Reed-Francois will become the new University of Nevada, Las Vegas athletics director on June 1 and is the first Hispanic female athletics director at the FBS level.
Las Vegas native Alyssa Kleiner is more than a soccer coach. She is a true mentor and inspiration to the teenage girls on her team.