Up-To-Date Health Resources for Stress Awareness Month

April is Stress Awareness month, and Fulton County Libraries has many different online resources to help our patrons learn about stress and other health related topics.

The Infobase Health Reference Center contains articles from medical, scientific, and academic publications like The Encyclopedia of Nutrition and Good Health, The Encyclopedia of Stress and Stress-Related Diseases, and The Facts On File Encyclopedia of Health and Medicine, along with dozens of similar resources. Like all platforms offered by Infobase, tools for citing and evaluating sources is provided.

Health Reference Center from Infobase

When you search for a term inside the Health Reference Center, you can also create a folder to save results for later. This can be extra  helpful if you are searching for images or videos to use in a presentation for later, as those formats don't always copy and paste well into documents.

Search results screen from Infobase Health Reference Center

Looking for something less scientific and more personal to reduce your stress? Why not try engaging in one of our online book clubs? The Big Library Read connects readers around the world with the same book at the same time. Borrow The Art of Taking it Easy on Overdrive or the Libby ap today April 19th, without any waitlists or holds. The Big Read discussion board on this stress-relieving book will be open until April 26th.

Want a more local experience with longer time lines? Try our Online Book Club! The March to May selection is The Queen's Gambit by Walter Tevis, and members of the book club vote on future title selections.

Books chosen by our Online Book Club never have a wait when checking out the eBook through the Online Book Club Service. The Queen's Gambit is also available as a no-wait download on Hoopla. 

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