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The money raised by the United Way Youth Team is now invested in programs focused on youth. The last two years the Youth Team fundraising has been invested in behavioral health, LinkCrew, a peer to peer mentoring program and in 2016, the Youth Team has invested in training High School staff on Youth Mental Health First Aid (YMHFA).
Auxilians and staff broke ground this afternoon on the Auxilian Memorial Garden at Los Alamos Medical Center.
The Auxilian Memorial
What do you do when you hear that your doctor daughter is going to be honored in a White House ceremony? You make arrangements to be there, of course.
A news release from the White House on April 24 announced that Dr. Leslie Hayes, daughter of Ann Hayes (a member of the Kiwanis Club of Los Alamos) was one of 10 people to be honored April 29 as “White House Champions of Change for Advancing Prevention, Treatment, and Recovery.” The 10 were selected “for their leadership and tireless work to prevent prescription drug abuse and heroin use, improve access
Los Alamos Medical Center officials from left, Human Services Director Jacqui Carroll, Lab Director Joselene Montoya, Physician Market Manager Jennifer Foster King, Marketing Director Mary Beth Maassen, CEO Feliciano Jiron, CFO Steve Winegeart, receive a proclamation from Los Alamos County Councilor Pete Sheehey. Photo by Carol A. Clark/ladailypost.com
Los Alamos Medical Center CEO Feliciano Jiron briefed the Los Alamos County Council Tuesday evening in Council Chambers on the importance of National Hospital Week and the accomplishments and honors Los
Emily Johnson, Los Alamos High School Class of 2016. Courtesy photo
It was a little more than a year ago (Jan. 29, 2015) that the Los Alamos Daily Post did a nice story on the appointment of our oldest son, Kevin Johnson (LAHS, 1978), as President and Chief Operating Officer of Starbucks (link). If you will forgive our presumptiveness, it just occurred to us that there might be another story connecting Kevin, his sister Kerry Johnson Hinsch (LAHS, 1981), Kevin’s younger brother Dr. Tim Johnson (LAHS,
If you’ve been working out for a long time, there’s no doubt you’ve experienced a plateau from time to time. A plateau occurs when you are continuing your regular workout regimen but you’ve stopped making progress and gains.
While plateaus can be frustrating and even cause a person to abandon their workout routine, they can be overcome by temporarily changing your workout routine to trick your body into responding again.
There are several methods that can be used to break free from a plateau. Generally these methods work best when used infrequently and only for a short period
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