This document provides a reference of items, their new and current values, and status for any vendor who derives more than 50 percent of their food sales revenue from WIC food instruments.
This report is prepared by the Infectious Disease Epidemiology Bureau (IDEB) for notifiable infectious diseases reported through the New Mexico Electronic Disease Surveillance Systems (NM-EDSS). NM-EDSS is a web-based system used by public health staff throughout the state to track investigations of suspected, probable and confirmed cases of notifiable infectious diseases.
This infographic illustrates that New Mexico has historically high rates of silicosis because of mining. However, not all silicosis in the state is mine-related. It clearly shows the relative comparison of deaths from or with silicosis by industry between mining, construction, or other industries. It goes on to explain that silicosis is a preventable occupational lung disease that is caused by breathing in dusts containing crystalline silica and more.