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Kudos to our New Mexico Public Health Nurses! May 6, 2021 - Administrative Services - Blog

Kudos to our New Mexico Public Health Nurses! « read more »



A Special Message for Cervical Cancer Awareness Month! January 29, 2021 - Breast and Cervical Cancer - Blog

My name is Rebecca Sanchez, I am 30 years old and I am battling stage 4 cervical cancer. « read more »



Celebrating Healthier People and Planet August 10, 2020 - Women, Infants and Children - Blog

August is National Breastfeeding Awareness month, to show support New Mexico Women Infant Children (WIC) Program designed special earth-themed postcards celebrating nursing parents’ dedication to themselves, their infants, and our planet. « read more »



Chris Emory: Emergency Health Management during COVID-19 April 9, 2020 - Public Relations - Blog

Chris Emory is the Bureau Chief for the Bureau of Health Emergency Management (BHEM), with the Epidemiology and response Division, at the New Mexico Department of Health (NMDOH). « read more »



Sarah Flores-Sievers: Leading NM WIC in Service Innovation February 25, 2020 - Public Relations - Blog

Sarah Flores-Sievers is the Women Infant and Children (WIC) and Farmers Market Director for the New Mexico Department of Health. For 14 years (12 as director) she’s been busy working with local farmers and emerging technologies to better serve New Mexico families. « read more »



Cervical Cancer Awareness Month January 15, 2020 - Public Relations - Blog

This January has been Cervical Cancer Awareness month. Throughout the month, the New Mexico Department of Health (NMDOH) has shared several social media several posts about this important topic. Cervical Cancer IS preventable so educating yourself and others is your best defense. Please read and sha... « read more »



Take Time During the Holidays to Learn Your Family Health History November 22, 2019 - Public Relations - Blog

The Thanksgiving and Christmas season is here. There’s shopping to do, huge meals to prepare and one often overlooked must-do: talking. « read more »