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New Stuff Tuesday – July 7

Fixing Sex: Intersex, Medical Authority and Lived Experience By Katrina Karkazis JK1764 .H56 2009 New Book Island, 2nd floor Raise your hand if you’re heard of cystic fibrosis. That’s probably most, if not all, of you. Now, raise your hand … Continue reading

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Looking for Accurate Health Information?

There’s a lot of health information online. Unfortunately, it’s not all accurate. If you haven’t checked out the consumer health Web site MedlinePlus sponsored by the National Library of Medicine, you should. It’s terrific. MedlinePlus has up-to-date health information with … Continue reading

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New Stuff Tuesday – March 25

Hooked: Ethics, the Medical Profession, and the Pharmaceutical Industry by Howard Brody R724 .B76 2007 New Book Island, 2nd floor Have you ever wondered why doctors prescribe some medications over another, even if they claim to have the same effect? … Continue reading

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Keep Up With Science Research

The Public Library of Science is a non-profit site for keeping up with and freely sharing scientific and medical research. It is dedicated to open access to research articles, and also offers blogs, journal content alerts, and open access (no-fee) … Continue reading

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The Facebook of Journal Publishing

How do you expand your publishing business and make more money? Most would not respond by giving away your product for free, but that’s just what Reed Elsevier is going to do. They’ve decided to go out on a limb … Continue reading

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