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October 9, 2012

Health Notes: Oct. 9, 2012

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Partnerships are already under way with the CVPH Foundation and the Clinton County Health Department.

The project, which will be rolled out in early 2013, will focus on eight consumer health topics.

“With project funds, we’ll be subscribing to a plan that delivers about 1,700 streaming video titles on related health topics, and we’ll also be able to purchase more electronic books to keep up with demand,” Elizabeth Rogers, head of Collection Development at the system, said in a news release.

More than 500 current titles for readers of all ages are currently available for loan to anyone with a library card on the system’s website: www.cefls.org.

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