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Health & Well Being
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The New Mexico State University dietetic internship program is the only program that trains students to become registered dietitians in southern New Mexico and southwest Texas, said Paso del Norte … more
Doña Ana Community College dental and nursing programs and the New Mexico Dental Association Foundation will host “Happy Smiles,” a free dental clinic, 8 a.m.-noon and 1-4 p.m. … more
Memorial Medical Center’s (MMC) Cancer Center has begun treating cancer patients using the VitalBeam radiotherapy system from Varian Medical Systems, which offers more advanced image-guided … more
New Mexico State University’s Black Programs and the NMSU Black Student Association concluded Black History Month with a health fair Feb. 27 in Corbett Center. Participants included Memorial … more
March is National Nutrition Month, an annual campaign driven by the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics that focuses on the importance of making informed food choices, developing sound eating habits … more
Editor’s note: March National Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month, and Memorial Medical Center is reminding everyone “there is no better time to schedule your appointment to get … more
MountainView Regional Medical Center’s cardiothoracic surgeon Dr. Charles Dow said awareness is growing in communities and medical offices about heart health and coronary disease. The … more
Memorial Medical Center (MMC) on Feb. 7 thanked the New Mexico State University School of Nursing for the donation of an energy pod for the hospital’s new rejuvenation room. MMC also credited … more
To help fill a local behavioral health need, Families & Youth Innovations Plus (FYI+) Training & Technical Assistance Division hosted a brainstorming session for stakeholders Jan. 17 in Las … more
Game II, 4131 Northrise Drive, will host a Warrior Blood Drive and Pediatric Cancer Awareness event is 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 25, the Game and Game II owner Marci Dickerson said. The … more
If you have ever wanted to grow your own vegetables and flowers, here is your opportunity. The City of Las Cruces Parks and Recreation Department opened leases for available community garden plots … more
Downtown Desert Yoga (DDY), 303 S. Alameda Blvd., will celebrate its 13th anniversary with Wellness Week, Feb. 4-10, said DDY instructor Debra Knapp, Ph.D., New Mexico State University professor … more
The healing properties of your own blood can be an important factor in having healthier skin. Because she has her own lab, Innovative Aesthetics of Las Cruces founder Nora Medina can draw a … more
While most people strive to eat more nutritious foods on a daily basis, understanding how to accomplish that goal every day can be a challenge. A new website has been designed to help users find easy … more
With heart disease as a leading cause of death in the United States, claiming the lives of more than 650,000 people each year, the folks at MountainView Regional Medical Center are challenging the … more
The best new year’s resolution a person can make is taking care of yourself, the New Mexico Department of Health (NMDOH) said in a news release. “Kicking off the new year focusing on … more
A surge of viral infections, including the novel coronavirus, respiratory syncytial virus — better known as RSV — and influenza, across the state is increasing admissions at Southern New … more
Unite New Mexico is a web-based coordinated care platform that launched in Las Cruces in November with a goal of connecting people who need behavioral health care and the local volunteers and … more
The New Mexico Department of Health (NMDOH) issued a public health emergency order Dec. 1 “in response to a surge of pediatric cases and hospitalizations of respiratory viruses, including … more
Las Cruces women aged 10-70 came together Oct. 22 to learn vital self-defense tactics as The Association and Gracie Barra Las Cruces Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and Self Defense (“Gracie Barra Las Cruces”) joined together “to create an invaluable experience for them.” more
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