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Hepatitis SA maintains a specialist library containing:
- Books, reports and kits
- Audio CDs, DVDs, videos and CDROMs
- Journals and newsletters.
Anyone is free to browse but only members may borrow hard copy items. Membership is free, and all members of Hepatitis SA are automatically members of the library.
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Unpolished Gem, Alice Pung, Call no: 7.5; 011; PUN
Unpolished Gem is the next best thing to hearing an immigrant story first hand from a friend.
Alice Pung writes with a humour and candour that makes an absorbing and easy read. This gem of a book reflects the Australian immigrant experience across cultural and age differences. Continue reading
So, you’ve been told that you need to have a healthy diet—eat lots of vegies and fruits. But those perishables don’t always stay fresh, and they’re not that cheap these days, either.Well, you can have your own greengrocer right at your doorstep—on your (former) lawn or pavement, in fact. In Lawns into Lunch, Jill Finnane tells the stories of 19 people who turned their backyards, front lawns, pavements and nature strips into sources of succulent feasts.
Fatigue is an important, but often neglected, symptom of the hepatitis C virus (HCV). Fatigue is thought to impact on well-being and mood in patients with HCV, but this remains to be fully established. To better understand the role of fatigue in HCV, Doug Mellors and Linda McInnes undertook a review of literature published on the subject from 1989 to 2011.