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Puzzling over health insurance

Michelle McRuiz, Director of Communications There are so many great things about being a True Health New Mexico employee that it’s hard to count them. But since this is the time of year when we should count our blessings, I’ll give it a shot. The people here are wonderful: caring, funny, kind, hard-working, dedicated, smart, and fun. We...

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Get a clue – don’t get the flu

Stefanie Vigil, Director of Community Health There is an abundance of facts, fiction, and opinions about the flu vaccine – some true, some false, and some just comical. Let’s debunk them here, and what better time to do it than National Influenza Vaccination Week (NIVW)? NIVW is a national awareness event focused on highlighting the...

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Open to the real you

Sharen Kimmet, RN, BSN, Nurse Case Manager The National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health states that “meditation is a mind and body practice that has a long history of use for increasing calmness and physical relaxation, improving psychological balance, coping with illness, and enhancing overall health and well-being.”...

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Let’s play ball!

Helen Blackwell, Billing Manager There is not one thing in the world I would rather do than play softball. I average four to five games per week and play no less than three games per week. We practice at least once a week as well. If there is a night I don’t have a game, I get calls and messages to come fill in for a team. I play first...

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Yoga is for everyone

Eryka MacKenzie, Associate Director of Project Management Across the U.S., yoga’s popularity has risen like wildfire to the point is it is now seen as part of our pop culture. This has helped create the perception that yoga requires a lithe, flexible body; spandex clothing; and the best mat one can afford. Personally, I disagree with...

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