This week on New Mexico in Focus, correspondent Antonia Gonzales and producer Sarah Gustavus travel to the Navajo Nation for the series “Reconnecting with a Healthy Lifestyle.” They explore what’s being done to fight diabetes and obesity by reducing consumption of soda and sugary beverages, and look at one school’s innovative way to get filtered water to more people on the Navajo Nation. Their coverage is supported by the USC Annenberg National Fellowship and the Dennis A. Hunt Fund for Health Journalism.
Correspondent Megan Kamerick sits down with author, speaker and death educator Gail Rubin to discuss why thinking about your death can be a good way to celebrate your life.
NMiF host Gene Grant and the Line panelists take on a few of the top stories in the news this week, including the corruption trial of former state senator Phil Griego, the current fallout from new bail rules issued a few months ago, and the UNM regents’ choice for the next president of the University of New Mexico
Gail Rubin, author and end-of-life planner, AGoodGoodbye.com
Tom Garrity, the Garrity Group PR
Viki Harrison, Common Cause New Mexico
Serge Martinez, professor, UNM School of Law
H. Diane Snyder, former state senator
New Mexico in Focus is involved, informed, in-depth media airing weekly on New Mexico PBS. The program debuts Friday nights at 7 p.m. on NMPBS 5.1 and appears online at www.newmexicoinfocus.org. The show rebroadcasts on NMPBS 5.1 Sundays at 7 a.m.(pre-empted March 26) and on NMPBS 9.1 on Saturdays at 5 p.m (pre-empted March 25) and Sundays at 3 p.m.
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