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Health & Well Being
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The New Mexico Human Services Department (HSD) will launch a new web portal this fall designed to direct New Mexicans to all types of health and human services across state agencies, HSD said in a … more
Your heart is one of the hardest working parts of your body. It’s also one of the most threatened. In fact, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), heart disease is … more
Bees and bats and butterflies…oh my! A new Fly-Inn is winging its way to Las Cruces thanks to the Daughters of the American Revolution. Hailed as a Bee Hotel, the unique boutique abode is … more
Millions of Americans turned to technology – especially the Internet – to work, communicate and pass the time in lockdown during the pandemic. Yet, little is known in the United States … more
Sang-Rok Lee, a kinesiology associate professor at New Mexico State University, has received an internal grant from the Partnership for the Advancement of Cancer Research (PACR) between NMSU and the … more
Bulletin report In preparation for the April 1 date of legal cannabis sales in New Mexico, the Southwest Cannabis Trade Association (SCTA) held its first meeting Jan. 5 at Ardovino's Desert … more
“Child well-being (in New Mexico) was steadily improving prior to the onset of the pandemic, and much of that was due to changes in public policies that made kids and working families a … more
Doña Ana Community College (DACC) will expand its nursing program to residents and students in southern Doña Ana County at the Sunland Park Center, 3365 McNutt Road in Sunland Park, … more
New Mexico State University’s Center of Innovation for Behavioral Health and Wellbeing (COI) aims to provide foundational support for New Mexico children and families as a recognized leader in … more
You may recall that I have mentioned Dr. Raphael Mechoulam before. He is the father of cannabinoids. Dr. M is 92 years young, very much alive in Israel and  still very involved in cannabis … more
Families & Youth Innovations Plus (FYI+) of Las Cruces held a grand opening Friday evening, Jan. 7, for its La Vida Project Innovative Youth Programs and Resource Center, 118 S. Main St. … more
Bulletin report The board for directors of the nonprofit New Mexico Voices for Children (NMVC) hired New Mexico State University graduate Amber Wallin as its new executive director effective Jan. … more
Happy New Year! When I say this, it feels more like a plea than a celebration. The usual new year resolutions don’t seem to fit somehow. Pessimism is no way to start a new year, and as a reader … more
The Theory of Planned Behavior (TPB) holds that all actions are controlled by intentions. TPB, developed by Icek Ajzen in 1985, suggests an individual’s intention to perform or not to perform a … more
By Mike Cook Las Cruces Bulletin Talk about a sale! The Emporium, 106 S. Water St., is offering 50 percent off on everything in the store and 75 percent off on all Christmas items. The … more
The holidays are here. It’s a season we look forward to all year – the chance to reunite with family, celebrate with friends and enjoy time off with loved ones. And this holiday season … more
With golden shovels in hand, state and local officials broke ground Nov. 19 on a new BMX pump track in Chaparral, New Mexico. more
A Las Cruces art gallery was transformed into a safe and welcoming performance space Dec. 9, as Art Obscura Gallery and owner Deret Roberts welcomed local poets, poetry readers and friends – … more
I can always tell when holiday season begins for me because my thoughts become a tangle of blinking-colored lights. End-of-year tasks and holiday obligations, real and imagined, put a strain on the brain that require organizational skills that only the frontal lobe can provide. The frontal lobe of the brain is responsible for the executive functions that help us get things done. This is the part of the brain responsible for setting goals, managing time, paying attention, switching focus remembering details, planning and organizing. We rely on these skills our whole lives. Our children are developing their skills as they pick up cues from us. more
The Las Cruces Museum of Nature and Science (MONAS) will offer a take-home “Winter Break Camp” kit in December. Kits are free but require reservation by Dec. 11. To reserve kits, call … more
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