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Health & Well Being
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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
You might have seen her walking along Triviz, first using a walker and now strutting along to loud music, or doing a “chair dance” in the driver’s seat of her beat-up Ford Escape but there’s a method to her madness. more
Our blood sugar level is one of those individual health numbers that it’s important for us to know when it comes to staying on top of our health. It measures the amount of sugar, or glucose, present in our blood at any given time. more
Two Intensive Care Unit (ICU) nurses at Memorial Medical Center (MMC) were honored in November with The DAISY Award for Extraordinary Nurses for their selfless and live-saving actions, MMC said in a news release. more
Bridge to Health (BtH), a newly created community health and wellness program, launched Nov. 8 in New Mexico with a goal of expanding access to resources that enable better health through collaboration, education and community engagement, BtH said in a news release. more
Let’s take a little walk back in time to 2007 when the NM Medical Cannabis Program was established. At that time, there were few licensed growers or dispensaries. The few dispensaries that existed mostly had flower for smoking. more
BeWellnm, began the open enrollment period for 2022 Nov. 1, the New Mexico health insurance exchange said in a news release. Open enrollment continues through Jan. 15, 2022. For those who enroll by Dec. 23, coverage will begin Jan. 1, 2022. Those who enroll by Jan. 15, 2022 will have coverage beginning Feb. 1. more
I’m learning how supply chains affect more than just buying toilet paper. This week, Tracy tried to make an appointment for an eye exam. The next available appointment is in April. Many of us are scheduling long postponed doctor visits. That’s true. But April? Why such a long backlog? more
(EDITOR’S NOTE: The below information is current as of 4:15 p.m. Monday, April 20. As we know, the news regarding Coronavirus and responses is changing by the minute. We will work to update as … more
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