Health in Carson City, NV

Do you know your Holidays around the world? Pack your passports and test your Holiday knowledge across 12 countries. Complete it in the best time possible for the highest score!

Many people promise to exercise more in the new year, but more than a few eventually give up. Nick Galli from University of Utah’s Department of Health Promotion and Education, identifies three reasons people often don't exercise enough or fail to stick with their exercise plan. Learn some concrete things you can do to stay active and healthy in the coming year.

As a parent with anxiety, I have to face the fact that my children struggle with it too. I have tried to hide it from them. I have tried to act like eve...

Do you want to build a snowman? Can you sing every verse of Let It Go in your sleep? Test your knowledge of all things icy with our 15 question trivia-style quiz. The person with the fastest time and highest score is the grand prize winner!

AAA Nevada's Tipsy Tow service will be active for the last night of the year. The automobile club says it will offer free tows of up to 10 miles starting 6 p. m. Monday, Dec. 31, and ending 6 a. m. Tuesday, Jan. 1. "AAA wants motorists to send off 2018 on a high note by ringing in the New Year safely," Michael Blasky, spokesperson for AAA Nevada, said in a press release. Tipsy Tow service is offered on holidays associated with high…

Tis the season for caroling and these emoji sure love to sing. How quickly can you can decode them?

Hopping on the treadmill to do a "gait analysis" will help you find the ultimate, injury-preventing shoe, right? Here's the reality.

Nevada’s health insurance marketplace, the Silver State Health Insurance Exchange, is one step closer to transitioning onto a state-based operation.

In 2018, University of Utah Health was ranked 19th out of 100 top health care institutions worldwide for scientific research by the Nature Index, up 31 percent from last year’s ranking.

How much sleep your child needs is different for every phase of their development, from infant to the teen years. On today’s Health Minute, Pediatrician Dr. Cindy Gellner details exactly how much sleep your child should be getting, as well as some tips to make sure they really are getting the type of sleep they need to succeed.