Monthly Archives: October 2011

Up-To-Date’s newest feature: Graphics Search

Up-To-Date is pleased to introduce their newest feature.  Graphics searching was one of the most requested features in their recent survey of users.  Up-To-Date has made it possible to search graphics before doing a topic search.  This give access to … Continue reading

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Zodiac Man: Rauner Special Collections

If you perceive of the body as a microcosm of all of creation, you had better pay attention to the universe when you are treating a patient.  The medieval sensibility closely linked the stars and the humors of the body. … Continue reading

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Access Articles by Nobel Prize Winners

This year’s Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine went to Ralph M. Steinman “for his discovery of the dendritic cell and its role in adaptive immunity,” and to Bruce A. Beutler and Jules A. Hoffmann “for their discoveries concerning the … Continue reading

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Enjoying a Safe and Healthy Halloween

With Halloween just around the corner, there are a few things to keep in mind to remain healthy and safe. This exciting time of year for little ones can sometimes result in inconveniences like a tummy ache or something more … Continue reading

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Art Exhibits at the Biomedical Libraries

The Biomedical Libraries are now hosting the work of three artists:  The Art at Dana program is pleased to announce a new exhibition of works by Beth Links and Susan Welihan. Beth, a second year medical student, creates colorful fabric sculptures. … Continue reading

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New Books in the Biomedical Libraries – October 2011

Kangaroo – Portrait of an Extraordinary Animal Dana Library QL737.M35 J33 2010 Though often depicted in movies as a comedic animal – kangaroos are simply phenomenal all terrain marsupials that can move at speed, survive the most difficult arid conditions, … Continue reading

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