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Memorial Medical Center CEO highlights the hospital's 2023 Community Benefit Report.
The Las Cruces Public Libraries announced a weekend spring garden workshop open to the public from 12:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. on Saturday, March 16. The workshop consists of crafting activities …
SANTA FE — A proposed hospital network and health plan merger that would have created an $11 billion health care giant  fell apart  on the way to the altar last year. …
When banker Joe Bullock wrote a little book of faith-based fiction, including an angelic twist on his friend and New Mexico State University golf legend, Herb Wimberly, he had no idea the result, …
New Mexico has been a "dissection choice" state since 2005. The alternatives to dissecting real animals are getting more sophisticated.
“Throw my brain in a hurricane And the blind can have my eyes And the deaf can have both of my ears If they don’t mind the size.” - John Prine I wasn’t …
Health news for your family
Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy 101: What every student-athlete should know
(Family Features) Heart conditions may be more often associated with older individuals, but you might be surprised to learn hypertrophic cardiomyopathy is the most common condition responsible for sudden cardiac death in young athletes.
Staying Safe During Summer Vacations: 5 tips for traveling with health conditions
(Family Features) From staycations and road trips to Caribbean getaways and coastal cruises, summertime offers the chance to escape and unwind with a much needed (and deserved) vacation.
Tymia Green, who has sickle cell disease and has received 130 blood transfusions, participates in a ridealong with an American Red Cross transportation specialist to deliver blood products for hospital patients.
You Can Help People Living with Sickle Cell Disease
(NAPSI)—At 18 years old, Tymia Green has already accomplished remarkable feats. She’s graced fashion runways as a teen model, clinched the title of Miss South Carolina Pre-Teen, lobbied Congress …
New Program Helps COPD and Asthma Patients Afford Their Medicine
(BPT) - For many patients, a diagnosis of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) can come as a shock. COPD, a chronic respiratory condition, can drastically impact quality of life, making …
World Hypoparathyroidism Day: How an Advocacy Organization is Driving Change to Transform Patients' Lives
(BPT) - This World Hypoparathyroidism Awareness Day, a global awareness and education event observed annually on June 1, the HypoPARAthyroidism Association (HPA) is calling for urgent change within …
More health news
Boomers have a drug problem, but not the kind you might think
Baby boomers – that’s anyone born in the U.S. between 1946 and 1964 – are 20% of the population, more than 70 million Americans. Decades ago, many in that generation experimented with drugs that were both recreational and illegal. …
Stay Safe and Healthy During and After Emergencies
(Family Features) As you're making your emergency preparedness checklist, it's also important to protect your heart and overall health in the wake of a hurricane, tornado or other natural disaster.
Knowing the Signs of Stroke
(Family Features) Stroke can happen to anyone - it happens to more than 800,000 people every year in the United States. Knowing the signs of stroke and how to prevent it can help protect you or your loved ones from disabilities caused by stroke.
Here’s sunny news: To enhance your immune system, improve your heart function, increase calcium absorption, and promote bone density you can take one dietary supplement with both the ”sunshine vitamin” D and its helper, vitamin K.
Better Health, Naturally
(NAPSI)—If you’re like most Americans, you take a dietary supplement every day, according to a report from the National Institutes of Health (NIH).   Yet, adds the Cleveland Clinic, …
Wildfire smoke is back – fires burning across Canada are already triggering US air quality alerts in the Midwest and Plains
Dozens of wildfires are burning across Canada in May 2024 and sending unhealthy smoke blowing into the northern U.S. again. At the same time, the southeastern U.S. is getting smoke from Mexico, where …
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