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Join us in the libraryTuesday March 27th from 12-1:30 for a
Ask the Dietitian event.
Employee Wellness Dietitian Mary Ellen Herndon MPH, RD, LD from Employee Health and Well-Being will be on hand at the library to answer your diet and nutrition questions.
Healthy snacks will be served.
Find out more information about National Nutrition Month here.
The second Wednesday of every month the library will be hosting a 30 minute EndNote webinar. Each month, the webinar will cover a different aspect of EndNote.
Wednesday, March 14th; 11:30am to Noon
1) How to add references from a database or website.
2) How to search PubMed through EndNote.
3) How to add references manually.
4) Q & A
Questions? Contact Laurissa Gann at firstname.lastname@example.org;
Featured eBook: Preventive Nutrition: The Comprehensive Guide for Health Professionals. - Editors: Adrianne Bendich and Richard J. Deckelbaum
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“Gives health professionals up-to-date, comprehensive reviews that evaluate the dietary practices and interventions that have been shown to reduce disease risk and improve health outcomes. This is the flagship volume for the book series, Nutrition and Health, which has become an essential tool for health professionals. As the state of global health and nutrition have changed much since the publication of the Third Edition, this major revised and expanded Fourth Edition includes newly authored chapters and features analysis of the results of the Women's Health Initiative, the largest intervention study ever undertaken and completed in postmenopausal women.” *
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For questions about ebooks or to make collection recommendations, contact the librarians at the Research Medical Library: RML-Help@mdanderson.org
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“This timely publication reports and reviews current findings on the effects of nutrition on the etiology, therapy, and prevention of cancer. Etiological issues include clinical and experimental research in nutrition, carcinogenesis, epidemiology, biochemistry, and molecular biology. Coverage of therapy focuses on research in clinical nutrition and oncology, dietetics, and bioengineering. Prevention approaches include public health recommendations, preventative medicine, behavior modification, education, functional foods, and agricultural and food production policies.” *
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