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Tag Archives: New Year
The following was posted on the BHIC Blog. Start the New Year right by getting prepared. Check out the daily preparedness tips from the CDC Public Health Matters blog during the month of January: http://ow.ly/8gj [CDC Office of Public Health … Continue reading
The following was posted on the BHIC Blog. As the New Year begins, resolve to make 2012 the year that you quit smoking. Help is available to help you quit for good this year. Read more at: http://ow.ly/8gN00 [CDC Current … Continue reading
If you work within an academic library, as I do, finals are over, December graduates are gone, faculty are closing their class grade books and offices are starting to empty. Soon the College will be starting shorter hours and … Continue reading
The new year contains uncertainty, mystery, hope and promise. We wish you a great start to 2011!
It is the time of year when many holidays are celebrated – Thanksgiving, Hanukkah, Christmas, Kwanzaa and the New Year! We may see snow, Christmas trees, other beautiful decorations, shoppers, music events – especially Charles Dickens “A Christmas Carol” and … Continue reading