100+ Women Who Care Celebrate First Year, Donate $5K To PAC 8 To Produce Anti-Suicide Videos For Teens
100+ Women Who Care celebrate their first year anniversary Thursday evening on the patio at Smith’s Marketplace in Los Alamos. From left, Marie Marroquin, Sopahn Kellogg, Marvel Harrison and Kathy Boerigter. Photo by Carol A. Clark/ladailypost.com
Julie Habiger, left, draws three names from a basket of a dozen local nonprofits vying for a chance to receive funding from 100+ Women Who Care. Kristy Ortega calls out the names selected. Photo by Carol A. Clark/ladailypost.com
Kate O’Donnell, left, and Jean Gindreau of PAC 8 are selected to receive approximately Read More
The “rule” is – listening is the language of love. Cancer is a tough diagnosis, so your friend needs some compassion. So ask, how is it going – you can do this in person, you can do this thru an email, you can do this in a card. But, only ask, if you are willing to listen. No one is required to care and no one
- Computer models supporting spectroscopy unlock behavior of actinium-225
A new study at Los Alamos National Laboratory and in collaboration with Stanford Synchrotron Radiation Lightsource greatly improves scientists’ understanding of the element Read More
Dr. Carmen Solano is the healthcare provider at Infinity Wellness, a new premier healthcare center at 1460 Trinity Dr., Suite 8, that delivers functional medicine to Los Alamos and surrounding communities.
The community is invited to celebrate the grand opening of the practice with a ribbon cutting event at 1 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 25 at Infinity Wellness, directly behind Trinity
By MARY BETH MAASSEN
It has been a busy week at Los Alamos Medical Center (LAMC). Former CEO Feliciano Jiron was spirited away to manage another LifePoint Health hospital in Arizona and John Whiteside, a veteran healthcare administrator stepped up to manage LAMC and assume the role of interim CEO.
Whiteside most recently served as COO of a two-hospital system in Louisiana that also is part of the LifePoint Health system. As COO of the two facilities, he oversaw daily operations of the hospitals Read More
The Walk to End Alzheimer’s is the Alzheimer’s Association’s flagship fundraiser,
From the Office of U.S. Sen. Martin Heinrich:
WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Sen. Martin Heinrich (D-N.M.) is providing New Mexicans with critical resources and raising awareness about the health threat posed by the Zika virus.
Today, he launched a Zika Resource Center on his website to provide information about the virus and tools to help New Mexicans stay healthy.
“While the Zika crisis grows, it’s more important than ever that New Mexicans have access to critical information about how to keep themselves and their families safe during the summer Read More
Thanks LAFD, Thanks LAPD and Thanks Classic Air Medical! Los Alamos Medical Center hosted an employee and community picnic Saturday to honor local first responders. The event was packed with family-friendly activities including a bouncy house, water slide, suds pool and the ever popular dunk tank from Party to Go. There also was a photo booth, obstacle course, face painting and animal balloons. Photo by Carol A. Clark/ladailypost.com
Los Alamos Fire Chief Troy Hughes, standing at right, chats with firefighters at Saturday’s picnic hosted by LAMC to honor first responders. Photo Read More
A group of psychiatrists and therapists have joined together in a suite of eight offices in downtown Los Alamos. The group hosted an open house Friday evening to celebrate their new endeavor. From left, Therapist Heather McCoulloch, LMFT; Dr. Brian Haigh, MD, child and adolescent emphasis; Dr. Deepa Nadiga, MD., adult psychiatry emphasis; Therapist Georgina Mesibov, LPCC, adult emphasis; Therapist Galen Sanchez, adolescent emphasis; Therapist Kris Raber, LSW, adult and couples emphasis; Clinical Psychologist Reva Heron, PhD., adult and adolescent emphasis; Dr. Julia Read More
The community is invited to attend a fundraising event for Connie Salazar who is the administrative assistant to the chief of police in Los Alamos. She is undergoing treatment for cancer in Texas and her medical expenses are mounting and she needs the community’s help. Courtesy image Read More
LANL’s Ludmil Alexandrov wins 2016 Carcinogenesis Young Investigator Award.
Ludmil Alexandrov, of Los Alamos National Laboratory’s Theoretical Biology and Biophysics group, is the winner of the 2016 Carcinogenesis Young Investigator Award. Given biennially by the journal Carcinogenesis: Integrative Cancer Research, published by Oxford University Press, and the European Association for Cancer Research, the award recognizes a recent significant contribution to carcinogenesis research by an investigator under the age of 40.
“Ludmil’s research uses large-scale computational Read More