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Health & Well Being
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During a special meeting held entirely by teleconference Monday afternoon, March 30, the Las Cruces City Council discussed options for providing financial support to city residents most in need because of the COVID-19 public health emergency. more
With the outbreak of COVID-19, Las Cruces-based Electronic Caregiver (ECG), a 24/7 virtual care and health technology company, has begun using its own product and services to monitor the health of its employees, ECG said in a news release. more
“We need to quit being in a panic,” long-time Las Cruces physician William T. Baker, DO, said March 31 about COVID-19. “I think we’re prepared as you can be. more
The Unified Prevention (UP!) Coalition for Doña Ana County and New Mexico State University’s (NMSU) Wellness, Alcohol and Violence (WAVE) Rx local drug prevention programs are jointly working to collect survey data on local perceptions of and experiences with substance use and misuse. more
Pitching in to fill a shortage of protective masks for county residents . more
  It’s a funny thing, but through the ages wise and learned medical practitioners have incorporated laughter into their healing work. It was Solomon, the wise king of the United … more
There are many questions and concerns due to the Covid-19 pandemic. The shutdown of schools, business establishments and restaurants combined with social distancing and self-quarantine have resulted … more
Las Cruces is home to some incredibly talented artists. What better way to inspire all of us as we cope with the public health emergency than with some of their beautiful art? The Bulletin asked a … more
The bad news first: Burrell College of Osteopathic Medicine (BCOM) cancelled its first ever Match Day celebration and moved its first graduation to June because of the COVID-19 public health … more
New Mexico State University President John Floros and members of the NMSU leadership will hold will host a virtual town hall at 3 p.m. Thursday, April 2. more
SANTA FE –The New Mexico Department of Health (NMDOH) is providing today revised testing criteria announced by Department of Health Cabinet Secretary Kathy Kunkel during Governor Michelle Lujan … more
Las Cruces -- As part of the Doña Ana Community College (DACC) ongoing effort to stop the spread of the Coronavirus/COVID-19, DACC President Mónica Torres has physically closed all campuses and centers and provided faculty and students with tools to move to a remote delivery system of course content. more
(EDITOR’S NOTE: The below information is current as of 2:30 p.m. Monday, March 30. As we know, the news regarding Coronavirus and responses is changing by the minute. We will work to update as needed.) more
Las Cruces, NM — For those who want to fight cabin fever, trail maps for 16 Las Cruces area hikes are available online on the Soroptimist International of Las Cruces website, www.silcnm.org. … more
In the days before “shelter in place” were the watchwords on everyone’s mind, a national survey was underway to find the fittest city in each state. more
SANTA FE – Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham on Wednesday announced two public health orders that will protect New Mexico’s supply of the personal protective equipment health care workers need … more
From Fr. Gabriel Rochelle, pastor of St Anthony of the Desert Orthodox Mission, Las Cruces (http://stanthonylc.org): Rituals are markers in time as old as humanity’s emergence into … more
According to the Centers of Disease Control, www.cdc.gov, the national confirmed COVID-19 cases increased from 54,453 March 25, to 68,440 March 26. There have been 994 deaths. more
Everyone knows the physical, emotional and economic impact of COVID-19. It may also be having some unforeseen benefits for the environment. more
“I’m a survivor,” said a Las Cruces woman about her 17-year struggle with domestic violence. Mary (not her real name) was 18 years old when she met Frank (not his real name), the … more
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