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Health & Well Being
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Out-of-hospital adult cardiac arrests are common in Las Cruces. In a study of all adult, non-traumatic cardiac arrests within the city conducted in 2020, Las Cruces had nearly twice the United States average of cases for our population. more
The New Mexico State University Chile Pepper Institute will host a special plant sale in celebration of Valentine’s Day and Chinese New Year from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Friday, Feb. 12, at the … more
With the goal to accelerate progress in confronting global challenges, Intel Corporation has selected Las Cruces-based Electronic Caregiver to receive grant funding for its “COVID to Home” (CTH) program, which reduces constraints on hospital capacity while providing care to recovering COVID-19 patients. more
“New Mexico is pulling into the lead in our battle against coronavirus,” New Mexico Human Services Department Sec. Dr. David Scrase said at a COVID-19 and vaccine webinar he held Feb. 3 with New Mexico Department of Health Sec.-designate Dr. Tracie Collins. more
La Clinica de Familia (LCdF) has announced the opening of a new, 10,000 square foot behavioral-health complex at 535 S. Miranda St. in Las Cruces. more
Hakes Brothers, a regional homebuilder headquartered in Las Cruces, has donated $18,000 to three local nonprofits: El Caldito Soup Kitchen, Las Cruces Gospel Rescue Mission, Inc. and La Casa, Inc., a … more
I live near an elementary school, and before the reign of COVID-19, I enjoyed the happy hum of children’s play emanating from the playground. Now, as I walk around my neighborhood, I rarely see or hear even one child outside at play. more
The pandemic. Post-holiday blues. Isolation. Many people are experiencing a variety of mental-health concerns during January, including depression, anxiety, stress, substance use and loneliness, among others. more
Picacho Hills Property Owners Association members Janis Paul, Mary Dohm and Lis and Paul Migliore during the association’s partnership with Picacho Hills Country Club on a recent food drive that benefited Roadrunner Food Bank in Las Cruces. more
Close readers of The Bulletin’s Business section know that we seek out business stories during these unprecedented times by allowing local businesses to complete a survey, add a photo or two and send it to us for development. more
When he was in the ninth grade, Wacinque Amistad Kaizen BeMende got interested in the stock market, and his interest spawned a lifetime of learning, investing and helping other people. more
As they have done every year since 2013, students in the NMSU Entomology, Plant Pathology and Weed Science Department held a plant disorders workshop to help people solve problems they are having with trees and plants. more
While the COVID-19 pandemic disrupts lives of New Mexico residents, a group of researchers from New Mexico State University and the University of New Mexico set out to better understand how the pandemic affects food access and security in communities across the state. more
The New Mexico State University system will play a key role in helping the New Mexico Department of Health distribute doses of a COVID-19 vaccine to the general public at its campuses throughout the state. more
The dental hygiene program at Doña Ana Community College (DACC) won second place in a national competition. more
Family members leave messages on the windows at area assisted living facilities for loved ones. more
Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham has announced New Mexicans may now order free, at-home, self-administered COVID-19 saliva tests, with accurate laboratory-confirmed results returned within 24-48 hours of receipt of the sample. more
“Mask Up to Clean Up”, the COVID-safe variation of the Keep Las Cruces Beautiful (KLCB) “Team Up to Clean Up” district events, will be held 8 a.m.-noon, Saturday, Dec. 19, in City Council District 2, represented by Councilor Tessa Abeyta-Stuve. more
The holiday season is normally a time of joy and happiness. However, because of the change in weather and shorter days with less sunlight, for some, this season is accompanied by something known as Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) or “winter depression,” according to a news release from La Clinica de Familia (LCDF). more
With participation by students from around the state – including Emilia Coombs of Las Cruces – the New Mexico Department of Health hosted a virtual event Dec. 17 to celebrate the implementation of the Tobacco Products Act, which goes into effect Jan. 1. more
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