Library Center visitors, please note! The regular book drop and drive-up window service will be closed Thursday, Sept. 20, for about one week while awnings are replaced. A temporary book drop will be available near the regular one. The Mudhouse south entrance and patio will also be unavailable. If you need to pick up items or conduct other business, please come inside the building. Thank you for your patience during construction.
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Canning food isn't just a memory you share with your grandmother, it's actually a very economical way to enjoy the freshness of summer all year round! More Gluten intolerance is becoming more and more common in the United States. We have provided a list of library and internet resources related to celiac disease and living a gluten-free lifestyle. More Starting in October, individuals will be able to shop for health insurance plans through the new Federal Health Insurance Marketplace. This article will give an overview and helpful sources to find information about the Marketplace. More Staying active is an important part of staying healthy. The summer months are an excellent time to explore the many outdoor activities available in the Ozarks. This guide will highlight several helpful resources in our area. More The newest edition of the Diagnostics and Statistics Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-5) is scheduled to be released on May 22nd. This article gives a short overview of the manual and some of the potential changes from previous editions.
More In honor of National Autism Awareness Month, we have compiled a list of helpful online and Library resources focused on learning about Autism Spectrum Disorders.
More February is American Heart Month. We have compiled some books and online resources to help keep your heart healthy.
More October marks the beginning of flu season. Get answers to your questions and find out where to get vaccinated. More Keeping active and staying healthy is very important for older adults. In honor of National Healthy Aging Month, we have created a list of helpful resources to keep older adults informed about the best ways to stay healthy during aging.
More With the new school year starting, it's important to make sure your children are up to date on their immunizations. This article will help you find information on required immunizations and vaccinations to keep you and your children healthy.
More This article discusses resources available for finding information on prescription drugs, over-the-counter medicines and alternative treatments. More The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act was signed into law on March 23, 2010. This article covers information on some of the key provisions and issues associated with the implemention of this act. More October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. This article will guide you towards a variety of resources available relating to breast cancer and ways you can help. More This article will help direct users to resources associated with immunization and vaccination safety. More Proper communication between you and your medical provider is a crucial part of keeping yourself healthy. This article will give you some tips, tricks and resources to help improve your "doctor talking" skills. More
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