News Beats features heart health news stories from around the world and handy library tips. In a world where new information overload is common, you need tools to focus your attention. We do the leg work so you can be relaxed and informed. Bookmark this page to keep your finger on the pulse of Library & Learning Resource Center developments and current cardiovascular news.
From the headlines . . .
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May 22, 2013
"Can Statins Cut the Benefits of Exercise?"
May 20, 2013
"Will We Ever Be Able to Heal Damaged Hearts?"
[Repairing the heart, instead of replacing it, is proving to
be a frustrating task]
May 20, 2013
"Angry Outbursts Linked to Increased Risk of Heart Attack"
May 14, 2013
"Study Questions How Sharply US Should Cut the Salt"
May 13, 2013
"To Help Solve Challenging Cardiac Problems, Doctors at Children's
Press 'Print' "
http://txhrt.org/14kab3o [from the Washington Post]
May 12, 2013
"Seeking Clues to Heart Disease in DNA of an Unlucky Family"
May 10, 2013
From the Library . . .
"Owning a Dog Linked to Reduced Heart Risk"
E-news: Journals galore! How do you find the journals that focus on YOUR cardiovascular special area of interest? How can you access articles from all the sources and get a print or electronic copy? How do you read them on the go? This month, the Library e-news focuses on journals in all forms and how the staff can help you search for just the data you need. Also in this issue, inter-library loans (good for your research) and owning a pet (good for your heart health). Read the May issue for news you can put to work today . . . E-news.
Best Books: Several new books are highlighted on the best books page, focused this month on digital collections. If you would like to submit your favorite picks or share a book review, contact Rebecca Ajtai, Coordinator of Library Services.
Updated May 23, 2013