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HHS Readies U.S. Hospitals for Ebola

Oklahoma Republican State Rep. Mike Ritze told a local television station the Department of Health and Human Services is examining the readiness of hospitals in the state for an influx of Ebola patients.< Obama declares war on Ebola. According ... PrisonPlanet, 3 days ago
Grant to fund UNM study of hepatitis C Albuquerque Journal, 3 weeks ago

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State Department Issues Background Note on U.S. Relations With Mexico

[September 11, 2014] (Targeted News Service Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) WASHINGTON, Sept. 10 -- The U.S. Department of State's Bureau of Intelligence and Research Electronic Affairs Publication Office issued the following ...
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West Nile Virus in horses and human in New Mexico

New Mexico public health officials are warning of elevated concerns over a West Nile Virus (WNV) outbreak as the first cases of equine illness related to the disease have been reported, one case each in Bernalillo and San Juan Counties. Both horses ...
 Southwest Farm Press3 weeks ago New Mexico Has First Confirmed Human West Nile Case of 2014  Public News Service3 weeks ago

Committee on the Rights of Persons With Disabilities Considers Initial Report of Mexico

Targeted News Service GENEVA, Sept. 17 -- The United Nations Office at Geneva issued the following news release: The Committee on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities today concluded its consideration of the initial report of Mexico on its ...
 Insurance News Net3 days ago New Faculty, Staff Named at East Central University for 2014-15  Insurance News Net1 week ago Southwest Airlines : Project Managers Describe Ways That Challenges Were Navigated  4 Traders1 week ago

Reimbursement cuts causing internal bleeding for New Mexico hospitals

At the same time that more New Mexicans are getting health insurance, the state's hospitals are reducing services because of lower reimbursement rates for government health programs like Medicaid and Medicare, according to the New Mexico Human ...
 Los Angeles Business3 weeks ago UNMH funds set aside for deficit  Individual.com1 week ago

BRIEF: Last day to show citizenship for insurance

By The Santa Fe New Mexican McClatchy-Tribune Information Services Sept. 05 --Last day to show citizenship for insurance Friday is the deadline for some 1,400 residents of New Mexico to provide proof of citizenship so they can keep the insurance ...
 Insurance News Net2 weeks ago

Groups sound alarm on family detention policy

In the eyes of human rights advocates, the federal government is embarking on a dangerous path by once again locking up immigrant women and children in family detention centers, a system they say has failed in the past. The groups have been ...
 MSNBC1 day ago Lawsuit Challenges Credible Fear Process for Immigrant Families Held in Artesia Detention Facility  Human Rights First4 weeks ago

Back from the brink: Life-saving Narcan can revive a patient who has overdosed on heroin or other opiod

Health and law enforcement agencies in New Mexico are pushing to make the drug Narcan a potential lifesaver in overdose cases more widely available as New Mexico continues to have some of the nation's worst drug overdose statistics. Since ...
 Albuquerque Journal1 day ago

OPINION: Fighting ISIS and the Morning After

Arabs Rise for Rights , Armed Conflicts , Democracy , Global Geopolitics , Global Governance , Headlines , Human Rights , Middle East & North Africa , North America , Religion Emile Nakhleh is a research professor at the University of New Mexico, ...
 Inter Press Service2 days ago

U.S. states boost anti-trafficking laws but slow to help sex, labor slaves

WASHINGTON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - A rising number of U.S. states have strengthened laws to combat human trafficking in the past year but programs to help victims of forced prostitution and labor are lagging behind, according to a report by ...
 Reuters3 days ago US states boost anti-trafficking laws: Group  The Gulf Today3 days ago
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