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Canton Senior Book Discussion: June 27, 2013

Canton Seniors Book Group will meet on Thursday, June 27 at 2:00-3:00 PM in Canton Public Library's Group Study Room A. We will be discussing Michael Pollan's The Omnivore's Dilemma. The discussion book is distributed at the group's meeting or request a copy at the Adult Help Desk.

The omnivore's dilemma: a natural history of four meals by Michael Pollan

Juicing Books

Trying to keep to that New Years' resolution to eat healthier? Try drinking healthier with our books on making juices and smoothies.

The juice lady's big book of juices and green smoothies by Cherie Calbom

The joy of juicing: 150 imaginative, healthful juicing recipes for drinks, soups, salads, sauces, entrées, and desserts by Gary Null, PhD, and Shelly Null

Cooking Light Chill: Smoothies, Slushes, Shakes, Juices, Drinks & Ices by Cooking Light Magazine (COR)

Juicing & smoothies for dummies by Pat Crocker

Green Smoothies for Every Season: A Year of Farmers Market-fresh Super Drinks by Miles, Kristine

Coming of Age in America

The reality of our planet is we are an aging society. Soon over half the global population will be over the age of 50. This is unprecedented in human history. What will this mean to society? A new PBS documentary is in the works, Coming of Age in America. It will look at where we live, how we work, and what impact will this have on the world. Watch your local PBS station for broadcast times.

Mental Health Resources

Good mental health is important for everyone and totally necessary to maintain a happy outlook and balanced perspective in these stressful times. Here are some library sources and community resources that can help:

Understanding Mental Health

How to find mental health care for your child by Ellen B. Braaten

How to use herbs, nutrients, & yoga in mental health by Richard P. Brown, Patricia L. Gerbarg, Philip R. Muskin

Mental health, naturally: the family guide to holistic care for a healthy mind and body by Kathi J. Kemper

Mental health disorders sourcebook edited by Karen Bellenir

Diabetes and Service Dogs

When we think of services dogs, the images that come to mind are dogs that help people with physical disabilities. But what may surprise you is that special service dogs can alert families when a loved one has diabetes. Diabetic-alert dogs are trained to detect dangerous drops in blood sugar. To learn more, read this Wall Street Journal article, read a book about service dogs, or read a book about diabetes.


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