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The first week in November, I felt a tickle in my throat. Within twenty-four hours, this developed into a full-fledged head cold. Fever, sore throat, stuffy nose. Misery. As the symptoms dragged on, I found myself wanting a miracle cure. As the article suggests, I learned that the miracle cure is rest, plenty of fluids… Read More »
You are invited to the NNLM NER Funding Meeting. Tuesday, December 12, 2017 – 9:30am-3:30pm at the University of Massachusetts Medical School (Faculty Conference Room), Worcester, MA Are you curious about receiving NNLM NER funding? What is the process? What do we look for? Want ideas, or bounce your ideas off others? Have you received… Read More »
The last place I would have expected to provide educational HIV/AIDS information would be a restaurant. But June’s HIV+Eatery is doing a great job getting the word out that HIV/AIDS cannot be spread through food. It all started with a survey by Casey House, asking how comfortable Canadians would be eating food prepared by someone… Read More »
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The sixth New England Research Data Management Roundtable was held July 27, 2017 at Worcester Polytechnic Institute in Worcester, MA. Sponsored by the National Network of Libraries of Medicine, New England Region, the NE RDM Roundtables provide opportunities for New England librarians to compare notes, ask questions, share lessons learned, explore new working models, acquire… Read More »
This post is part of a series on NNLM NER’s funded projects. For several funding cycles, 15-40 Connection, an organization dedicated to improving cancer detection skills, has received support from NNLM NER. This unique organization targets people between the ages of 15-40, considered to be in their prime, asserting that “[s]ince 1975, improvements in cancer survival… Read More »
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