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New Mexico Kids the Focus of Annual Conference April 30, 2014 - Public Health - Celebration

The conference is the state’s premiere event for school health professionals, and welcomes everyone from school nurses to guidance counselors – all working to improve student health and academic success. This year’s conference includes a community presentation by three youth, two parents, a h... « read more »

National Infant Immunization Week April 29, 2014 - Immunization - Celebration

The New Mexico Department of Health this week observes the 20th anniversary of National Infant Immunization Week (April 26th – May 3rd) and encourages parents to talk with their child’s doctor about getting up-to-date on vaccines—particularly as summer activities approach. « read more »

Spring Into Good Health Community and Resource Fair April 16, 2014 - Southwest Public Health Region - Celebration

The New Mexico Office of Border Health, in cooperation with New Mexico Women, Infants and Children (WIC) and the United States Mexico Border Health Commission, will host Spring Into Good Health a Community Health and Resource Fair. The free event brings together dozens of agencies and community res... « read more »

The Difference Public Health Workers Make April 9, 2014 - Public Health - Celebration

With every job comes challenge. Any truck driver can tell you, you can’t drive an 18-wheeler like a car; an accountant knows handling finances is more than just addition and subtraction, and New Mexico Department of Health employees prove results don’t come without effort and teamwork. « read more »

Public Health Keeps Families Healthy from the Start April 2, 2014 - Public Relations - Celebration

The theme for National Public Health Week this year is: “Public Health: Start Here”, and in so many ways it begins with the Department of Health. Our accomplishments over the last century or so have included providing vaccinations to adults and children, controlling the spread of infectious dise... « read more »