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Most of us may have some “problem areas” on our bodies that we want to fix. But new research shows that carrying extra weight on certain parts of your body may be more dangerous to your health than others. A recent study, published in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology, found that carrying… Read More »
Posted in: Consumer Health
September is National Yoga Month—have you ever tried out this form of exercise and meditation? While many people are skeptical of the benefits yoga actually provides, there is research behind this type of fitness that proves it is good for your health, so we wanted to share. All of this information, and more, can also… Read More »
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The NN/LM SCR would like to introduce Dan Burgard who serves as the Director for the South Central Region of the National Network of Libraries of Medicine. Dan Burgard has worked in Lewis Library at the University of North Texas Health Science Center in Fort Worth since 2000 and has been Director since 2009. Before becoming Director, he… Read More »
Posted in: Meet Me Monday
In 1996, a federal law was passed that required the registration of clinical trials that were investigating drugs or devices regulated by the Federal Drug Administration (FDA). As part of this legislation, the National Institutes of Health (NIH) were charged with developing a publicly searchable repository in an attempt to combat publication bias, attempts by… Read More »