Health

Column: Nature’s Presence

by Staff Reporter / Oct 21, 2015 / comments

Column: Nature’s Presence

By Marcie Martinez, Founder of NaturesPresence.Net

Food Recalls Affecting Local Grocery Stores

by Staff Reporter / Oct 20, 2015 / comments

Food Recalls Affecting Local Grocery Stores

Republished here from the Jemez Daily Post 

Ranch Foods Direct, a Colorado meat company, and Del Monte Fresh Direct are recalling produce on sale in New Mexico.  

Nature's Presence Column: The Little Flower

by Staff Reporter / Oct 16, 2015 / comments

THE LITTLE FLOWER

It might not be health related but this story crosses my mind often and is a testament to faith, hope, and love, which are, obviously, necessary for true health. Too often we fail to see the miracles around us and we become so wound up with stress, drama, and the hustle and bustle of life. This story is truly amazing and goes to show we are not alone. A few weeks ago

Northern to Host Training on PTSD

by Staff Reporter / Oct 12, 2015 / comments

Free Vaccines To Española Community At Presbyterian Health Fair

by Staff Reporter / Sep 23, 2015 / comments

Free Vaccines To Española Community At Presbyterian Health Fair

New Mexico Youth Suicide Rate Declines But Still Very High

by Staff Reporter / Sep 11, 2015 / comments

New Mexico Youth Suicide Rate Declines But Still Very High

The New Mexico high school student suicide rate is more than 60 percent higher than the national average.

Column: Nature’s Presence

by Staff Reporter / Aug 13, 2015 / comments

Column: Nature’s Presence

By Marcie Martinez, Founder of NaturesPresence.Net

World Breastfeeding Week Community Event August 6th

by Reporter / Jul 24, 2015 / comments

World Breastfeeding Week Community Event August 6th

The Española WIC Office will be celebrating World Breastfeeding Week in a free community event August 6th from 11:00-2:00pm at the Rio Arriba Health Commons 2010 Industrial Road Española, NM 87532.

HOY Recovery Approved To Expand

by Reporter / Jul 24, 2015 / comments

HOY Recovery provides essential inpatient and outpatient behavioral health services to address our region’s critical substance abuse challenges, and after more than a year of wrangling with the State, Rio Arriba County finally received approval to use State funds to expand the facility. Read more about this expansion here. 

The Forgotten Vet of the New Mexico Prison Riot

by Reporter / Jul 21, 2015 / comments

The Forgotten Vet of the New Mexico Prison Riot

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