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The Multicultural Book Discussion Group will meet at 4pm on Thursday, Oct. 27 in LC 206. This is the first meeting of a series to talk about the book Tao Te Ching and explore Tai Chi Quan, the Chinese "soft" martial art practiced for its health-giving and spiritual benefits.

Do you know that five Harvard Medical School publications are available in Credo Reference database? They are Harvard Medical School Guides, Health Topics A-Z, Video Series, Commentaries on Health, and Special Health Reports, including 106 videos and 1191 images.

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Tao Te Ching is regarded as the bible of Taoism and is the classic manual on the art of living. Tai Chi Chuan is considered to be a physical expression and manifestation of the principles and philosophy of Taoism. The Multicultural Book Discussion Group will meet at 4pm on Oct. 27 in LC206 to discuss Tao Te Ching and practice Tai Chi Chuan.

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Come join Scranton READS in the Marywood University Learning Commons (Rm 331/337) at 7-8:30 pm this Thursday, October 20th and Tuesday, October 25th! For details click into the EVENTS tab at:

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PubMed for Health Consumers on Oct. 27 This workshop looks at PubMed from the viewpoint of health consumers. Using Pubmed Health, we will look at Health A-Z (health conditions), Drugs A-Z (side effects and uses of medication), and Medline News (everyday news from the field of medicine). Sign up for it at

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Sign up for a workshop to explore the full-text archive of biomedical and life science journal literature

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