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OFFUTT AIR FORCE BASE, Neb. -- May is National Mental Health Month and according to the professionals of the 55th Medical Group people can ensure good mental health by reducing stress. Stress can be reduced by getting enough sleep, eating right, exercising and eliminating destructive habits. U.S. Air Force Graphic by Jeff W. Gates

13 Mental Health Resources to Bookmark Now

As a Teen Services librarian and avid television viewer, it’s been impossible to ignore the buzz about and criticism of the recent Netflix series 13 Reasons Why. If you are a teen (or parent of a teen), you may be over-saturated, too. Maybe you’ve read the book it’s based on by Jay Asher, watched the series, heard about […]

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It’s A Wonderful Life

OK—everyone has seen it. Everyone knows the story. Some people can even recite the dialogue (I would have to confess, I’m in this category). When you get right down to it, this is a great movie. Sad thing is that it gets so over-watched around the holiday season that many people have the “not again” […]

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The Hustler

I’m not a pool shark. I’m not even a pool fan. But, I am a Newman fan, which makes this film good enough for me. Newman plays “Fast” Eddie Felson, a young, brash pool shark who needs a lot of sophistication and polishing if he is ever going to become the best. Enter Minnesota Fats […]

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The Apartment

A fledging office clerk finds out the hard way that getting to the top of the corporate ladder is not easy after he falls for a lady he is unknowingly sharing with his boss. Sounds simple, right? Well, it is. It’s not the plot that makes The Apartment a masterpiece…it’s Jack Lemmon, Shirley MacLaine, Fred […]

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