Like so many other diseases that affect a large portion of our society, the research on diabetes is constantly changing
Farmington Hills, MI (PRWEB) November 13, 2007
AccessMyLibrary, the Web's leading free, library-supported online information resource, is joining the battle against diabetes, a disease that afflicts nearly 21 million Americans and many more worldwide. November is American Diabetes Month, and AccessMyLibrary is supporting the cause by featuring an extensive collection of reference materials, journals and newspaper articles - all hand-chosen by AccessMyLibrary's staff of editors - on the causes, treatments, and prevention of the disease. AccessMyLibrary.com grants users free access to nearly 30 million online articles from its diverse collection of more than 4,000 journals and publications, all courtesy of local public libraries.
"Like so many other diseases that affect a large portion of our society, the research on diabetes is constantly changing," said AccessMyLibrary product manager Eric Hoss. "Getting access to current information from trusted sources is essential. By providing quick, easy access to that information, we can play a key role in promoting awareness of this disease."
AccessMyLibrary encourages anyone interested in learning more about diabetes to access its robust collection of consumer magazines, academic journals and other reference materials. From the most current information on treatment and prevention to coverage of community efforts supporting those afflicted with diabetes, AccessMyLibrary provides instant access to resources that increase awareness of this prevalent disease. All of these resources and more are available at the American Diabetes Month section of AccessMyLibrary.com.
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