It’s fall and that means cold and flu season — and COVID. Health officials are advising another round of vaccine boosters to stay ahead of the virus. Barbara Ramirez reports.
UNM has started a wellness initiative based in Navajo teachings that is helping students foster their sense of community.
Vanessa G. Sánchez investigates why medication for opioid addiction that is life-saving for pregnant women and babies is rarely prescribed.
Children are at greater risk to pollutants and various deleterious effects caused by climate change, including behavioral health risks, a new report found.
After a HOT July, with very little rain, the picture looks the same for August. Unless storms ramp up, expect a drying Rio Grande through Albuquerque
Losing weight takes effort and commitment, but anyone can learn to do it, Taton Yazzie says.
By Chris Robbins
Psychedelic drugs are not just for counterculture escapism anymore. This podcast pilot explores the emerging dimensions of psychedelics as medicine.
By Miyawni Curtis
Do we appreciate the mental health of the leaders in our community? This podcast will explore that and more. Hear a clip from the upcoming episode in which a former high school coach confronts why she left.
By Justine Collister
New Mexico has been facing a nursing shortage since before the pandemic. A solution would be to graduate more nursing students from our schools.