Health & Wellness

Health & Wellness

Your Library is good for your health. Whether you're attending an online or in-person class, borrowing active living gear, or exploring wellness books, we're proud to be a place you can rely on to take care of your mind and body. Explore the events, resources, and reads below, and do something good for your health today.

Blogs & Resources

Theertha Explores the Human Heart

Celebrate Science Literacy Week with Teen Volunteer Theertha, as she explores the human heart.

Gendervague: Autistic + Trans

Staff member Zso explores the term gendervague, a neurodivergent experience of trans identity, and shares studies and books to learn more.

Health Reference Center Academic

Access periodicals and reference materials on nursing, allied health professions, and general personal health.

Health & Wellness Resource Centre

Access a wealth of information on health-related topics including fitness, pregnancy, diseases, treatments, and prescription drugs.

Read-Alike Recommendations: Untamed by Glennon Doyle

Check out these compelling, healing, and empowering reads like the incredibly popular, Untamed by Glennon Doyle.

Nutrition Month: Start Your Wellness Journey

To kick off Nutrition Month, Library Dietetic Intern, Niousha, dives into how healthy eating looks different for everyone.

5 Tips for Making Self-Care a Priority

Written by Teen Blogger, Parisa | Here are some basic self-care tips you can focus on daily to help you be your healthiest self.

How To: Use Light Therapy Lamps

Soak up some much-needed winter rays at the Library with our Light Therapy stations and To-Go lamps.

12 Films Featuring Individuals with Disabilities

Using your library card, you can stream these feature films and documentaries online through hoopla or Kanopy.

Cochrane Library

Get informed about your health. Explore databases packed with quality, independent health research summaries—plain language recaps included.

Autism Tools: Borrow and Explore

In collaboration with Autism Nova Scotia, we have created kit bags filled with Sensory, Fidget, Communication, and Visual Tools.

Storytime: Holly Carr Reads Light in the Forest

Acclaimed Canadian artist, Holly Carr reads from her storybook Light in the Forest, which offers a positive mental health message for kids.

Pandemic Reflections From a Teen

By Teen Blogger Ella | "Although COVID-19 has impacted my life, I've tried to be positive and find ways to not let go of my plans."

Kick-Start Creativity: DIY Ear Savers for Masks

Ear savers connect to your mask's loops to alleviate pressure behind your ears, creating a more comfortable fit. Learn how to make your own!

Episode 14: Quarantine, Sketchers, and Tik Tok

We are back! This episode of the It Came From the Second Floor podcast features chats about Tik Tok, pandemic life, and the Mandela Effect.

NS Health Authority Patient Education

This guide from the Library Services’ team at NSHA helps you find reliable, current health information that is easy to read and understand.
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