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October 20, 2017 – Student Correspondent Anthony Herrera continues the conversation on childhood obesity by sitting down with two doctors who have committed their life to making sure our children stay active and healthy. The group talk about creative ways … Continue reading Big Healthy Life: Exercise In Depth

October 20, 2017 – Local filmmaker Chris Schueler’s new documentary “Big Healthy Life” continues with a look at the importance of exercise and family and community support in the fight against childhood obesity. New Mexico has one of the highest … Continue reading Big Healthy Life: Exercise & Support

October 20, 2017 – Host Gene Grant continues the conversation on nutrition and healthy eating with a local expert. Patty Keane is a registered dietician, and was also featured in the documentary “Big Healthy Life.” Keane talks more about food … Continue reading Big Healthy Life: Nutrition In Depth

October 20, 2017 – This week, we are featuring a local documentary, “Big Healthy Life,” by local filmmaker Chris Schueler. In this segment, Schueler examines the role that good nutrition plays in the overall health of New Mexico children.  Experts … Continue reading Big Healthy Life: Nutrition

October 20, 2017 – Local Filmmaker Chris Schuler is back with his latest documentary, “Big Healthy Life: What’s Your Recipe?” The film looks at the growing problem with childhood obesity here in New Mexico and what local groups and experts … Continue reading Big Healthy Life Overview

October 6, 2017 – Chronic illnesses, particularly diabetes, is a longstanding public health concern in many tribal communities in the Southwest. Native Americans are also more likely to be obese than many other groups, according to data from the Centers … Continue reading Re-connecting With A Healthy Lifestyle: Diet and Exercise

September 29, 2017 – The technology industry continues to have a severe gender imbalance, with fewer women in the industry overall, and often those who are in tech fields face harassment and discrimination, as well as lower pay. Women were … Continue reading Women in Tech

By Jeff Proctor, New Mexico In Depth Damon Martinez says he would take “seriously” allegations of racial profiling and other questionable tactics alleged about a four-month federal drug and gun sting operation last year if he were still U.S. Attorney … Continue reading Former U.S. Attorney offers few answers on controversial ATF sting

September 29, 2017 – On October 3 voters will decide if Albuquerque should mandate paid sick leave for employees, including those who are temporary or part-time, at all businesses with locations in the city. The Healthy Workforce Ordinance is controversial … Continue reading Arguments For And Against The Proposed Healthy Workforce Ordinance

September 22, 2017 – About 15 percent of New Mexico’s student population participates in some form of bilingual education. Producer Sarah Gustavus sits down with educators to talk about what bilingual education looks like in different schools, in our latest … Continue reading Education Desk – Bilingual Education

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