2020 was designated by the World Health Organization as the Year of The Nurse, which coincided with one of the biggest epidemics humankind has ever experienced, the coronavirus pandemic. Our health and the strength of the nation's over 4 million registered nurses give us comfort and every year in May, we celebrate their unique place in America's health care system. While most nurses work in an acute-care system like hospitals, rehabs, treatment centers, and emergency rooms, their … [Read more...] about National Nurses Month 2021
Ready to save money, and have lots of fun? The lights of Las Vegas beckon and we’ve got some the of the best deals to Las Vegas with travel, lodging, dining and more. With the big hotels and casinos reopening, it’s time to start planning your next trip to “Fun City”. We’re welcoming travellers back with some great ideas on how to get the most out of your vacation dollars, in addition to important rules and guidelines to make your getaway memorable and safe. (CNN, 2020) Best Vegas … [Read more...] about Best Deals When Travelling to Las Vegas
When the temperature gets close to the 100-degree mark in Vegas, it’s the best time to head out to the pool. In Vegas, you could choose from one of the many fantastic pool options. With artificial beaches, including sand and waves or a waterslide through a shark tank, Vegas has your pool scene covered. Here’s a list of the top 10 clubs and pools in Vegas to help you make the most of your next trip with tips from the Conde Nast Traveler. Top 10 Clubs & Pools Mandalay Bay … [Read more...] about Top 10 Clubs and Pools in Vegas
The pandemic may have hindered regular traveling and visits for people worldwide, but the lights are back on in Las Vegas. The signs of Vegas getting ready to welcome its guests are pretty evident as the vaccine distribution ramps up – hotels, pubs, bars, and other entertainment outlets re-open across the city. One of the hotels on the re-open list is Las Vegas's iconic Virgin Hotels. While the hotel was primarily shut for revamping, the unforeseen pandemic extended the hotel's … [Read more...] about What’s New at the Virgin Hotel Las Vegas?
Apparently, Las Vegas has hit the new hotel jackpot. The COVID-19 pandemic has slowed a lot of the world affecting change on the course of long-awaited construction plans. However, construction in Las Vegas, is soldiering on. Vegas is marching full swing forward with not one, but three new brand name properties recently opened in 4Q 2020 or opening in 2021 along with many of the latest things to do, so be ready to check out what’s new and what’s coming in the months ahead. (Play USA, … [Read more...] about New Las Vegas Hotels 2021
Las Vegas Reopens! Waiting for Las Vegas to reopen is like anticipating a giant shiny wrapped gift as a child. We look at it with anticipation. It’s beautifully presented and calls to you to open it. If the pandemic has taught us anything, it is how to create grace around adversity. Be patient; wait, listen, and follow health guidelines. With vaccines rolling out to the public, it’s time to look again with anticipation at the beautiful glittering gift that is Las Vegas. The … [Read more...] about Vegas Gears Up for Reopen
Nevada car seat safety should be a priority for every parent. While on the road, a car seat is an essential accessory. Car seats keep children not only safe but also significantly reduce the risk of a potentially fatal injury. Types of Child Automobile Restraints Always make sure the children are properly buckled in a car seat, booster seat, or seat belt–whichever is appropriate for their weight, height, and age. Use a rear-facing car seat from birth until ages 2–4.After outgrowing the … [Read more...] about Nevada Car Seat Safety
Knowing when you should come to the ER for a COVID-19 test is essential. The frequency of ER visits is spiking as we break national records of new cases of the virus. That makes testing accessibility critical. Yes, COVID-19 tests are available at primary care and urgent care facilities; however, a doctor’s office is going to require an appointment. Urgent care facilities may offer only one type of COVID-19 testing and most do not do on site lab work. A test sample is collected and in 24-48 … [Read more...] about When Should You Come to the ER for a COVID-19 Test?
Halloween in Las Vegas brings so much more than the usual hayrides and candy corn. The city goes all out in October with special dinners, doughnuts decorated with spooky creatures, a themed parties, and more. And yes, it's possible to fully enjoy it with social distancing in mind. Has there ever been a better time to say, "Wear a mask"? Not really. Especially here in Las Vegas, where there's plenty of stuff going on around town, and here are 16 ways to celebrate Halloween in Las Vegas. … [Read more...] about Halloween In Las Vegas