Campers learn crafts, life skills

By Teri Vance During a break at the Nevada Statewide Youth Summer Camp, Tyler Murray of Silver Springs tossed a football around a small circle of campers. While he said he enjoyed the activities, he mostly appreciated the sense of connection he's felt and the lessons learned about being vulnerable. "It's been a good getting [...]

2019-07-17T09:38:20-07:00July 9th, 2019|Front Page News, News|

Working long hours can increase your risk of stroke by 45%

A study released Monday in the Journal of American Heart Association found that working 10 hours or more a day, just 50 days per year, can increase stroke risk by nearly a third (29%). That’s as easy as working 8 a.m. to 6 p.m about once a week. And working 10 hours or more a day, [...]

2019-07-03T11:32:37-07:00June 30th, 2019|Front Page News, News|

Researchers close in on new depression mechanism

One key characteristic of clinical depression is anhedonia, the complete lack of pleasure in things and activities that used to be rewarding. A new study in rats has now uncovered an important biological factor that contributes to this state. The World Health Organization (WHO) state that across the world, more than 300 million people of all ages [...]