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Is therea Deadly Gas in your Home? It Takes Only $7 to Find Out! January 19, 2016 - Environmental Public Health Tracking - Safety

The New Mexico Department of Health and the New Mexico Environment Department are encouraging New Mexicans, especially smokers and former smokers, to test their homes for radon, an odorless and invisible gas, during January, National Radon Action Month. Radon testing is easiest and most effective i... « read more »

¿Hay Un Fuga De Gas En Su Casa? Cuesta Sólo 7.95 Dólares El Averigualo.



A Threat We Can’t See or Smell January 6, 2016 - Public Relations - Safety

This month the New Mexico Department of Health is warning residents about a sign of medical trouble that hides in plain sight. It’s odorless and invisible. It’s radon. « read more »

Una Amenaza que no Podemos Ver ni Oler



Road Crews are Ready for Wintry Weather December 31, 2014 - Public Relations - Safety

As arctic air settles in New Mexico over the next few days, Governor Susana Martinez is reminding New Mexicans to take precautions during this cold snap to stay safe. Difficult driving conditions are reported in several parts of New Mexico. « read more »

La Gobernadora Susana Martínez Anuncia que los Equipos de Limpieza de Carreteras están Listos para el Tiempo Invernal



Burning Truths about Holiday Safety July 2, 2014 - Injury Prevention - Safety

The Fourth of July holiday weekend is traditionally the time for parties, barbecues and fireworks, but for emergency rooms in New Mexico, it’s more than that. It’s a day where the hospital staff knows to expect to see patients arriving suffering burns, bruises, lacerations, even foreign objects... « read more »

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