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In 1976, near the Ebola River in what is now the Democratic Republic of Congo, the disease known as Ebola was first described. For years afterward, scientists fought a largely fruitless uphill battle toward development of an effective and sustainable vaccine for this disease. After sporadically plaguing parts of Africa for decades, a 2014 widespread… Read More »
SCR CONNECTions will be back with new programming later this year, but we still have lots to share with you here on Blogadillo! Over the next several weeks, in case you missed it (ICYMI), we will be recapping some of the exceptional webinars that NNLM SCR has hosted over the course of the past year…. Read More »
Vitiligo, a condition which causes people to lose pigmentation in their skin, has been in the spotlight in recent years; in 2018, a famous women’s fashion show selected its first model with vitiligo to walk the runway. Since then, popular culture has seen a long-overdue increase in the visibility and awareness of this disease and… Read More »
The National Network of Libraries of Medicine (NNLM) has partnered with national associations to carry out health programs and initiatives with public libraries, to provide health information and services to patrons. NNLM network member libraries have partnered with community partners to carry out heath related programming, at times incorporating health devices into their collections and… Read More »