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Make Holiday Health and Safety a Priority December 17, 2014 - Public Relations - Awareness

There’s a lot of reasons to love the holiday season. We get the chance to take time off and enjoy time with family and friends, celebrate life, and of course there’s always the reason for the season: take time to reflect and remember all the reasons why we have to be grateful in our lives. « read more »

Norovirus Cases Increasing in New Mexico December 12, 2014 - Public Relations - Alert

The New Mexico Department of Health announced today norovirus activity is increasing in New Mexico. The Department is recommending that everyone take precautions, especially around the very young, elderly and immunocompromised who are at risk for more serious illness due to norovirus infection. The... « read more »

Los Casos de Norovirus Están Aumentando en Nuevo México

Checking the Halls Before Decking the Halls December 11, 2014 - Public Relations - Awareness

Consumer Product Safety Commission estimates there were 15,000 injuries involving holiday decorating seen in emergency departments nationwide during November and December 2012, making it the fourth consecutive year those numbers increased. « read more »

Chequee los Pasillos Antes de Adornar los Pasillos

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NMDOH Investigating Measles Case in New Mexico Resident December 3, 2014 - Public Relations - Alert

The New Mexico Department of Health announced today that it is investigating a confirmed case of measles in Rio Arriba County. The 1-year-old child had not yet been immunized against the disease. This is the first confirmed measles case in New Mexico since February 2012. « read more »

Investigando un Caso de Sarampión en un Residente de Nuevo México

Half of New Mexico Adults Meeting Aerobic Exercise Guidelines August 14, 2014 - Public Relations - Healthy Living

The New Mexico Department of Health announces results of a new report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) revealing 52.2 percent of New Mexico adults and 26.3 percent of youth meet the aerobic physical activity guidelines. « read more »

La Mitad de los Adultos de Nuevo México Cumplen las Directrices sobre Ejercicio Aeróbico

Meeting to Improve Care of Individuals with Dementia Announced August 28, 2014 - Public Relations - Information

The New Mexico Long-Term Care Ombudsman Program, housed in the Aging and Long-Term Services Department, has initiated a half day meeting on August 29th for people involved in long-term care—from those providing the care, to those who regulate it. The discussion will focus on how New Mexico’s lon... « read more »

Anunciada una Reunión para Mejorar la Atención a las Personas con Demencia