The Library Is In

Who’s at the library? In this story for Library Journal, learn about the nurses, social workers, and health information specialists who are helping patrons find information, and improve their wellbeing.

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Librarians in the Spotlight

Read my interviews with Library Journal movers and shakers Trent MillerRebekah Willett, and Adam Rogers.

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The Diabetes Reset

In this QualityHealth interview, Harvard Medical School and Joslin Center diabetes expert George L. King, MD discusses what he’s learned from his patients.

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The Really Big Book Group

What happens when a library system invites all its patrons to read the same book? Find out in this Library Journal story.

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Skip the False Eyelashes!

This is my very own piece for Wedding Guide–about everything I wish I’d known about weddings before I tied the knot. An excerpt: “…knowing that you look your best means that you won’t be spending your reception haunted by the nagging suspicion that you should have skipped the false eyelashes. Confidence in your bridal look allows you to focus on the more important stuff, like where you put your phone. And, oh yeah, getting married.”

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From Skydiving to Narrowly Avoiding Proposing in a Bar

One couple’s Brooklyn wedding, courtesy of Wedding Pride.

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Stellar Databases: SLJ Readers’ Favorites and Other Essential Electronic Resources

Great sources for all your students’ research needs. From School Library Journal.

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