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Accidental suffocation and strangulation in bed is one of the leading causes of death for infants. The majority of these incidents occur during sleep. Most infant suffocations occur when babies are placed face down on a soft surface that they sink into. Infants who are 0 to 4 months old have the greatest risk of suffocating.
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- Increase in Vaccine Exemptions (01/29/2015)
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- Community Health Workers Certification Board Meeting Agenda (Meeting)
- Chemistry Analysis Request Form (Form)
- NMSIIS Training Request Form (Form)
- Animal Test Request Form (Form)
- When is a Bioterrorism Agent Not a Bioterrorism Agent? (General)
- The Submitter’s Guide to BSB (Guide)
- A Snapshot of Infectious Disease Testing (General)
- What's in Your Pet Food? (General)
- Birth Record Search Application (Form)
- Death Record Search Application (Form)
- EMS Licensing Renewal and Audit List (General)
- EMS License Verification Report (General)
- School & Daycare Immunization Requirements 2014-2015 (Rules & Regulations)
- Certificate of Exemption from Immunization (Form)
- Renter's Guide (Guide)
- RHCPTC Tax Credit Application 2014 (Form)
- Flu Report (2014-2015) Week 3/14/15
- Infectious Disease (2015) Week 3/14/15
- Childhood Obesity Update 2014
- Flu Report (2014-2015) Week 3/7/15
- Vaccine Exemptions for NM Public School District in 2014-2015 School Year
- Infectious Disease (2015) Week 3/07/15
- Flu Report (2014-2015) Week 2/28/15
- Vaccine Exemptions by County in 2014 Calendar Year
- New Mexico Substance Abuse State Epidemiology Profile 2014
- Selected Health Statistics 2013
- Flu Report (2014-2015) Week 1/31/15
- Alcohol Poisoning Deaths in New Mexico and the US 2008-2012
- New Mexico Substance Abuse State Epidemiology Profile 2013
- Tuberculosis Case Rates by County and Region 2014
- Selected Health Statistics 2012
- Flu Report (2012-2013) Week 10/13/12
37 Plaza la Prensa, Santa Fe, NM 87507 505-235-5665 Phone
The Certification Board will receive an orientation from the Office of Community Health Workers, discuss draft bylaws, as well as any other business that may regularly come before the Certification Board. The public is welcome to attend this meeting.
5901 Zuni SE, Albuquerque, NM 87108 505-841-8978 Phone
The Governing Board will receive committee reports, and discuss health facility policies and quality assurance/performance improvement activities and reports, as well as any other business that may regularly come before the Governing Board. The public is welcome to attend this meeting.