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Make healthy living your 2023 resolution December 29, 2022 - Public Health - Healthy Living

Department of Health offers 2023 healthy living tips « read more »

DOH provides tips and resources for managing mental health during the holiday season December 21, 2022 - Health Improvement - Healthy Living

The Department of Health (DOH) encourages residents to take charge of their mental health this holiday season and offers some suggestions as this time of year can be stressful for many people. « read more »

Department of Health nicotine prevention program offers services to aide Great American Smokeout® November 3, 2022 - Nicotine Cessation - Healthy Living

The New Mexico Department of Health (DOH)’s Nicotine Use Prevention and Control (NUPAC) program offers no-cost quitting services for nicotine users statewide for use during the upcoming annual Great American Smokeout® Thursday, Nov. 17. « read more »

Farmers’ market purchases easier this summer with new payment system for WIC participants and seniors June 30, 2022 - Women, Infants and Children - Healthy Living

The 2022 season for the New Mexico Department of Health, Women, Infants and Children’s (WIC) and Senior Farmers’ Market Nutrition Program begins July 1st, making New Mexico the first in the nation to use statewide a new one-of-a-kind payment system for shoppers and farmers. « read more »

Department of Health collaboration named finalist for Setting the Standard June 27, 2022 - Nicotine Cessation - Healthy Living

A project of the New Mexico Department of Health (DOH) has been named a finalist for the upcoming Association Excellence Awards ceremony July 14th in Albuquerque. « read more »

State agencies work together to reduce obesity from birth to adulthood June 10, 2022 - Healthy Kids Healthy Communities - Healthy Living

Multiple state agencies are stepping up efforts to curb increasing obesity rates among New Mexico children and help them gain healthy habits to last a lifetime, the New Mexico Department of Health (DOH) announced today. « read more »