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Photo of the publication cover. Infectious Disease (2014) Week 8/16/14 Infectious Disease Surveillance - Health Data August 22, 2014

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.

Photo of the publication cover. Prescription Monitoring Program Data Report 2006-2013 Substance Abuse - Health Data August 21, 2014

Drug overdose death has become the leading cause of injury death in New Mexico and nationally over the past decade (New Mexico Substance Abuse Epidemiological Profile, 2013). New Mexico had the second‐highest drug overdose death rate, after West Virginia, in 2010 (CDC Wonder).

Photo of the publication cover. Sports and Recreation-related Traumatic Brain Injuries among New Mexico Residents Aged 0 to 19 Years Injury Prevention - Health Data August 18, 2014

Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) is caused by a blow to the head or a penetrating head injury that disrupts brain function. It can affect memory, judgment, sleep patterns, reflexes, speech, coordination, balance and behavior (personality changes, aggression, acting out).

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