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New Spanish-Language Anti-Tobacco Campaign October 29, 2014 - Smoking Cessation - Healthy Living

The New Mexico Department of Health is announcing the launch of its new Spanish-Language anti-tobacco campaign. Twenty-nine percent of New Mexican residents primarily or exclusively speak Spanish in their home. Research shows that a significant portion of this population is not aware that cessation... « read more »

Nueva Campaña Antitabaco en Español

Albuquerque Residents Support Smokefree Restaurant Patios October 16, 2014 - Smoking Cessation - Healthy Living

New Mexico Department of Health Secretary Retta Ward, announced today that a survey of 3,000 New Mexico residents found that 75 percent of respondents favor restaurant outdoor patios going smokefree. « read more »

Los Residentes de Albuquerque Apoyan los Patios Libres de Humo en Restaurantes

Decrease Reported in New Mexico Obesity Rate September 5, 2014 - Healthy Kids New Mexico - Information

New data analyzed by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) revealed a decrease in the prevalence of self-reported obesity among New Mexico adults in 2013 over the year before. New Mexico is one of only fourteen U.S states and territories to report a decrease. « read more »

Disminución Registrada en la Tasa de Obesidad en Nuevo México


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