From eye health, dental health and women’s health to sexual health and fertility, and hospice and palliative care, we highlight some of the valley’s best in their fields. The Doctors of the Desert bring the best cutting-edge advancements and comforting and specialized care to their patients.
No matter what people say, I can tell you, you have life back in those eyes now. Follow along with Meghan Bailey and her Bored of Me Project at LifecycleDiaries.com and read in Las Vegas Woman magazine. Follow her on Instagram @MeghanBaylee.
A one-of-a-kind Las Vegas leadership female team includes the guidance of Allison Zednicek, Chief Executive Officer; Tristan Ivy, Chief Financial Officer; and Cheryl Pena, Chief Nursing Officer.
Looking for an escape to the wonders of Zion National Park and its surrounding areas? Just a three-hour drive from Las Vegas, Zion Ponderosa Ranch Resort is uniquely located on the east side of the national park.
Everyone knows someone who has gone through an emotional upset of some kind: a divorce, lost your job, caring for a young child or an aging parent, struggling with PTSD from a tragic event or lost all your belongings in a catastrophe.
At age seven, she was homeless, living in a car with her mother and younger brother. When she was 14, her mother died of alcohol abuse. Her father, in and out of her life, died of a cocaine overdose. The first of her three children was diagnosed with autism.
Competition will always exist; there will always be a business or service like yours. In place of spending time seeing competition as a threat, you can choose to learn from it.
In the previous issue of Las Vegas Woman magazine, I challenged you to begin living your life through the lens of your intended legacy.
The misconceptions surrounding Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes are something that the providers at Palm Medical Group try to clarify for their patients every day.
New Vista, a local Las Vegas non-profit organization serving children and adults with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (IDD), recently announced the launch of their pet therapy program, Paws-able. The program’s focus is to rescue shelter dogs and train them to assist and support individuals with IDD.