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A Test for Life April 29, 2015 - Sexually Transmitted Diseases - Awareness

We’re wrapping up National Sexually Transmitted Diseases Awareness Month in New Mexico, where the New Mexico Department of Health and other organizations have worked to get out a message that is also shared year-round. « read more »



Organ Transplants: The Ultimate Gift April 27, 2015 - Public Relations - Awareness

NDLM was created by Donate Life America and its partnering organizations in 2003. The month brings opportunities for local, regional and national activities to help encourage people to register as organ, eye and tissue donors. It’s also a chance to celebrate those that have saved lives through th... « read more »



New Campaign Launched to Raise Awareness about Chronic Disease April 21, 2015 - Chronic Disease Prevention - Awareness

New Mexico’s Chronic Disease Prevention Council has launched a new website and campaign to help raise awareness about the difficulty of living with multiple chronic diseases. The council is a multidisciplinary body of experts, with representation from the Department of Health, seeking to reduce c... « read more »



Getting the Better of Arthritis April 15, 2015 - Chronic Disease Prevention - Awareness

Arthritis is the most common cause of disability in adults, limiting our ability to walk, climb stairs or exercise. But the Department of Health and its partners are working to change that with the Manage Your Chronic Disease (My CD) Program. « read more »



Shaping Healthy Habits in School Children April 7, 2015 - School and Adolescent Health - Awareness

The New Mexico Department of Health in collaboration with the Public Education Department work year round to promote public health in New Mexico schools. Tuesday, April 7th is national Healthy Schools Day. « read more »



Envisioning a Healthy Future April 1, 2015 - Southwest Public Health Region - Awareness

This coming Monday marks the start of National Public Health Week, an event created by the American Public Health Association for recognizing all the men and women championing the health of all people and communities. « read more »