New Mexico elected officials, political candidates and residents have had a strong reaction this week to the news of the Supreme Court overturning Roe v. Wade, which for nearly 50 years guaranteed the right of women to seek an abortion federally.
Vida Encantada Nursing and Rehabilitation would like to recognize our Certified Nursing Assistants. It was National Certified Nursing Assistant Appreciation Week during the week of June 12, 2022 to June 18, 2022.
As coronavirus cases surge in New Mexico, people fleeing the biggest wildfire in the state’s history have been staying at disaster recovery centers. Few wear masks, and efforts to ventilate and filtrate the indoor air are spotty, leaving evacuees more prone to catch the virus — and breathe i…
New Mexico health officials anticipate that more people are taking COVID tests at home, and that means the state knows less about those results. They also no longer recommend masking until we reach a point that hospitals start getting overwhelmed.
“Helping others gives me purpose and meaning,” Amerette Jeffrey says of her journey in nursing, which has taken a few twists and turns since she attended Luna Community College and graduated (with honors) in 2012.
With congressional funding for COVID protections in jeopardy, the amount of COVID treatments the federal government is sending to state health departments is being reduced by 30 percent.
Now, it will be more difficult to find daily data on the pandemic maintained by the New Mexico Department of Health.
Abigail Thompson was ringing up a customer at her retail job in Albuquerque on Feb. 17 when a coworker walked up to her and asked, “Did you hear?”
New Mexico’s mask mandate will not be going away any time soon, according to the state’s top health official.
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