ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - A recent report released by New Mexico Health officials shows your economic status could be affecting your health.
The state's health secretary says people with low incomes often have a more difficult time getting preventative health care.
She said a recent report found more than one in four adults in New Mexico who are 45 and older have been diagnosed with two or more chronic diseases, including arthritis and cardiovascular disease.
Although on a more positive note, the report indicated that suicide attempts amongst high school students have fallen since 2003. Teen smoking is also said to be on the decline.
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