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Former Taos physician and surgeon Dr. Stephen Cetrulo died at his home in Taos County on New Year's Day (Jan. 1) from cardiac arrest, according to family. He was 79. Dr. Cetrulo was a general …

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For the past 22 years, Dr. Sylvia Villarreal, better known as “Dr. V,” has served the families and youth in Taos County as one of the top pediatricians at the Taos Clinic for Children and Youth. …

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Dear Dr. Ted: I heard you talking about chronic trauma and COVID-19 compassion fatigue.  It seems that there has been a normalization that has happened, and people are forgetting that our frontline workers are still hard at work trying to keep people safe. So many people are complaining about services and not honoring the overworked caregiver.

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They strode through the predawn darkness hand in hand, toward the hospital. Past the sliding glass doors, a few lonely lights illuminated empty hallways. A fog of silence hung in the air. Jayme and John Serbell already knew which way to turn, which double doors to enter, which intercom to buzz.

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We resisted drugs for as long as we could.

Who wouldn't resist a treatment with side effects that included dyskinesia (uncontrollable movement), risky behavior (gambling, promiscuity, fast driving), dementia and death?

Drugs were the first course of action recommended by medical doctors to treat Parkinson's. After Andy had refused them for many years and...