Author Archives: Susan Koenig

Mental Health During Winter Months

Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD), an onset of depressive symptoms during winter months, affects an estimate of .4%-2.9% of the population. The causes of SAD are still unclear, however everything from genetics to diminished light may play a factor. While its … Continue reading

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Write and let RefWorks cite!

It’s time to start thinking about final research projects for Fall 2019, and Himmelfarb Library offers a fantastic tool to help you track your research – RefWorks! RefWorks is a handy citation tracking tool that allows users to import references, … Continue reading

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Healthy Living Reads: Sleep, Mindfulness, & Stress

Are you interested in creating healthy sleep habits, learning more about mindfulness, or learning healthy ways to manage stress? Himmelfarb Library has the right books for you!  Do you struggle with getting enough quality sleep? Consider one of these books … Continue reading

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Do you want full-text faster?

Do you want full-text faster? The LibKey Nomad browser extension can connect you to articles in Himmelfarb Library’s collection wherever you find them – i.e. PubMed, publisher sites, and even Wikipedia.  LibKey Nomad immediately delivers a PDF if available, and will otherwise provide you … Continue reading

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Healthy Living: Healthy Fall Recipes

As the days grow shorter, we all feel the pull of starchy, heavy foods. Whether this is born of opportunity or a left over biological instinct is up for debate, but studies have shown our caloric intakes increase during colder … Continue reading

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Submit your research to the HSRC today!

Looking for a way to increase and track the reach of your research? Our Health Sciences Research Commons recently surpassed 500,000 downloads from around the globe! Students, faculty, and staff of SMHS, SPH, and SON are invited to submit their … Continue reading

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