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Health & Well Being
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Downtown Desert Yoga (DDY), 303 S. Alameda Blvd. in Las Cruces, will offer Explore the Possibilities, Yoga-teacher training classes, beginning in May, said DDY owner Colleen Boyd. “Our … more
“We are blessed to be a blessing,” said Lonnie Briseño, the new director of Memorial Medical Center’s (MMC) Pastoral Care Department (PCD). Pastoral care is part of … more
War endangers children, literacy and by extension democracy everywhere. The fragility of access to books and information is apparent today in places far and near.Las Crucen Ron Cooke shares a message … more
The City of Las Cruces has teamed up with AARP and FitLot to create a new fitness park at Henry Benavidez Community Center, 1045 McClure Road. Starting April 5, free fitness classes will be … more
In celebration of World Health Day, Electronic Caregiver (ECG) will host its first-ever community health and wellness fair from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, April 2, on the Plaza de Las Cruces, 100 N. … more
The first woman in southern New Mexico to receive a cannabis producers license is Hilda Luz Chavez of Las Cruces, a well-known traditional naturopath and Las Cruces Bulletin columnist. Chavez, who … more
One of the ways the Lions Club fulfills its mission to improve the health and wellbeing of the local  community is through a new program started by New Mexico Lions Operation KidSight, Inc., … more
Burrell College of Osteopathic Medicine (BCOM) will hold its annual Match Day ceremony, “a major milestone for fourth-year medical students across the nation,” at 10 a.m. Friday, March … more
As pandemic stressors continue for all of us, it’s important to focus not just on avoiding serious illness but on the many aspects of health and well-being. This is equally true for children as … more
New Mexico State University biology professor Immo Hansen calls it “the most dangerous animal in the world.” Not based on its size, but based on its deadly cargo. Hansen studies … more
June E. Vermillion, RN, a, retired NMSU School of Nursing faculty member, is among the recipients of the New Mexico Center for Nursing Excellence 2021 New Mexico Nursing Legend Awards. Vermillion … more
Ten years and going strong is a remarkable achievement for a grassroots initiative that began in the imaginations of seven people determined to engage the community to raise the level of literacy of … more
Tusk has become the newest staff member at the Village at Northrise (VaN) Memory Support Program. The 5- to 6-year-old lab mix became the program’s new emotional support animal … more
You don’t need to buy an expensive pair of running shoes and hit the pavement or purchase a pricey high-tech bike to stay active and in shape. more
A volunteer group in Las Cruces has taken on the job of helping seniors stay safe and healthy through a class addressing “A Matter of Balance: Managing Concerns About Falls.” The … more
The Las Cruces Chapter of the Native Plant Society of New Mexico organized a nature walk at Dripping Springs Natural Area Sunday, Feb. 13. There were about 40 people gathered at the trailhead just a … more
After two years of educational interruptions, our children need all the encouragement we can offer them to make reading a cherished and enjoyable experience. Our teachers are working feverishly (pun … more
The Covid-19 pandemic has had a significant impact on health and health-related behaviors. Research from New Mexico State University has found that the pandemic fueled stress-related unhealthy … more
This year, the American College of Surgeons (ACS) Commission on Cancer (CoC), an accrediting body of Memorial Cancer Center (MCC) is observing its centennial anniversary. The yearlong campaign will … more
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
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