Las Vegas Review-Journal: Parkinson’s experts meeting in Las Vegas discuss new technology treatments

Although science has yet to find a cure for Parkinson’s disease, new technologies have proved valuable in monitoring and administering treatments for controlling its symptoms.

About a half-million people suffer from Parkinson’s disease, a progressive degenerative condition characterized by slowness of movement, tremors and instability, the National Parkinson Foundation estimates. Continue Reading


Las Vegas Business Press: Pari-mutual approach key to fantasy wagering

Gaming operators in Nevada have been looking for a way to capitalize on the booming fantasy sports industry, and finally Vic Salerno, a member of the American Gaming Association Hall of Fame, may have found the formula. Continue Reading


Las Vegas Review-Journal: Parkinson’s disease symposium will highlight latest research advances

A local nonprofit is connecting with health care providers and patients to provide the latest news on technological advances in Parkinson’s disease research.

Friends of Parkinson’s, which offers support groups and therapy programs for Parkinson’s patients, hosts its Living Well With Parkinson’s Through Innovation and Technology medical symposium Friday and Saturday. Continue Reading


Las Vegas Business Press: Bret Loughridge completes local leadership program

Bret Loughridge joined Las Vegas-based SR Construction in 2008 and serves as the vice president of operations. He oversees a team of project managers, engineers and superintendents through the varying phases of construction on projects ranging up to $165 million.  Continue Reading


Eight Dickinson Wright Attorneys in Nevada Ranked Among America’s Best


Dickinson Wright PLLC is pleased to announce that eight of the firm’s attorneys in Nevada have been included in The Best Lawyers in America® 2017. Continue Reading


K2 Energy Expands “Next Generation Ultra Line” to Include High-Capacity Energy Cells and Packs


After unveiling the power cell in the K2 Ultra Line last month, K2 Energy, a leader in research, development and production of Lithium Iron Phosphate (LFP) batteries, has expanded the Ultra Line to include lightweight, improved capacity energy cells.

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