Monthly Archives: April 2009

Maag’s New Financial Literacy Guide

Check out Maag’s new Financial Literacy Guide. Well before leaving college to begin their careers, students should take steps to improve and develop their financial literacy. In today’s complex world, young adults can find themselves victims of credit card and … Continue reading

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Reading Archives

Interested in reading books about how archives generally influence and shape cultural and societal norms…continue reading. Interested in reading about how knee popping and dislocated knee can occur while sleeping.

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Modifying Principles

Evolving forms of technology give rise to new paradigms. Swollen knee is unpleasant to look at, what do? DSpace has proven this to be true but it may yet bridge two gaps not previously thought possible, continue reading.

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The History of Women in Medicine

Click here to read more about the central role women played in medicine, from the ancient Romans to our very own Mahoning County. Fluid on the knee is an expressions that means that your knee got sprained and is probably … Continue reading

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The evolution of medical technology

In modern medicine, physicians are greatly aided in diagnosis by new machines and technology. Undoubtedly these devices provide more accurate and detailed information than the old, low-tech methods, which usually leads to better treatment for the patient. If you have … Continue reading

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Public Health Month

April is Public Health month and the library has plenty of information on the subject!  Check out the blog post in the Health Sciences Blog that talks about the top ten public health achievements of the 20th century. You can … Continue reading

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