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    • original

      health reference series

      Obesity and Overweight Sourcebook, First Edition

      By: Kevin Hayes
      Library binding. 664 pages. July 2020.
      978-0-7808-1808-8.

      Provides basic health information about the causes, prevalence, associated health risks, prevention, and treatment of obesity and overweight along with the impact of society and tips for people to cope up with excess weight. Includes resources for additional help and information.

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      Web Price: $85.00

    • original

      disability series

      Visual Impairment and Rehabilitation, 1st Edition

      By: Kevin Hayes
      Library binding. 440 pages. July 2020.
      978-0-7808-1806-4.

      Provides basic health information about visual impairment, its types and prevalence, conditions that lead to visual impairment, guidelines for people with visual impairment to lead a quality life, and facts about benefits and support services available for them. Includes resources for additional help and information.

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      Web Price: $39.00

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      online resources

      Health Reference Center

      By: Omnigraphics
      Annual Subscription.
      978-0-7808-1845-3.

      A comprehensive online resource offering reliable health information on every disease, disorder, illness and wellness category, plus a searchable database of useful contacts and frequently asked questions.

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      Web Price: $899.00

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    As summer rages on in the Northern Hemisphere, many athletes are trading their indoor gym for outdoor workouts. The option to train outdoors is a welcome relief to those who have been in lockdown due to the Covid-19 pandemic, but as we move outdoors, there is one big factor to keep in mind.

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    Posted: August 3, 2020

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    Did you observe June 27th? 
    June 27 is observed as National HIV Testing Day each year to encourage people to get tested for human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) and know their status. It also emphasizes the importance of early diagnosis.

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    Posted: June 29, 2020