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Today, the New Mexico Department of Health announced improved health outcomes in key areas for New Mexico’s youth, including reduced rates of obesity, pregnancy, smoking and others.
The New Mexico Department of Health’s Lea County Public Health Office will be hosting a flu shot in Hobbs, NM. There is no charge to those attending the clinic, but everyone should bring their insurance card, including Medicaid or Medicare, with them.
Today, Governor Susana Martinez announced the awarding of a $200,000 grant from the Pfizer Inc. Naloxone Access Program to fight drug overdose deaths in New Mexico. New Mexico is one of five states receiving grant funding from Pfizer to fund initiatives focused on increasing public awareness of risks of opioid addiction.
The New Mexico Department of Health and New Mexico State University announced today that Aedes aegypti, a species of mosquito that can transmit Zika virus, has been identified in Sierra County. This is the first time this mosquito species has been identified in this county.
Beginning July 5, the Medical Cannabis Patient Services Program will be operating out of a new location, 1474 Rodeo Rd., Suite 200, Santa Fe, NM 87505. The program is relocating to a larger space, which will have room for additional employees and infrastructure to keep up with the increase in patients.
The New Mexico Department of Health opened the request for applications period for the licensing of non-profit producers for the Medical Cannabis program. Currently there are 23 licensed non-profit producers in the program, which are located throughout the state. No new LNPPs have been added since 2010.