Dr. Paul Tomasic is the medical director of Endocrinology and Primary Care Services. He is a native Southern Californian who moved to Las Vegas in 2005 after completing a career in the United States Navy at the rank of captain, Medical Corps.
When Center For Sight medical director, Dr. Eva Liang, decided to open her own ophthalmology practice, the choice of Las Vegas was a natural one.
Samantha Waters has been involved in the construction industry for as long as she can remember. Her dad was in construction and, growing up in Northern California, she would beg to go to work with him. She loved being around a job site and all the activity absolutely fascinated her.
Everyone needs water to survive. However, all water is not created equal, and Real Water is the only drinking water on the market that can maintain a stable negative ionization that is alkaline instead of acidic. With the arid climate of Southern Nevada, hydration is very important, and drinking Real Water allows the body to restore balance for a healthy lifestyle.
Tiger Devore, columnist for Las Vegas Woman magazine about relationships, sex and gender issues, is a respected expert and caring physician.
Not only is Dr. Catrisha Cabanilla-Del Mundo the program director of the Nathan Adelson Hospice Osteopathic Fellowship in Hospice and Palliative Medicine program, she was also the first fellow to undertake and graduate from the program.
Le Hua, M.D., is the director of the Mellen Program for Multiple Sclerosis at the Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health (ClevelandClinic.org/BrainHealth) and staff neurologist at Cleveland Clinic Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health.
With such great entertainment on the Las Vegas Strip, one can get caught up in the spectacle of the singing, dancing, magic and humor that can be found in shows.
The last show featuring iconic Las Vegas showgirls while paying homage to the glamour of Las Vegas in the past.
R eceiving a gift is always a treat but some gifts give more than that. With some gifts, people can actually feel the thought,...