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February 18, 2009

iGoogle for MHealthy, Part Two: Stress Tips and Tools

Here is a continuation in our small collection of iGoogle tabs to share with you in support of the goals of MHealthy.

Background:

If you have a Google account, then you can use iGoogle to customize and personalize your searching experience. To make your own tabs, log in to your Google account, then in the upper right hand corner click on the iGoogle link, then click on Add stuff to explore widgets and gadgets made by other people. Pick what you want, then, when you go to Google to search for things, you will see your iGoogle tabs. This can help you remember things you want to do, collect information you want to track, and generally put a lot of useful stuff in one place where it is easy for you to find.

Do It:

Today's selection is on Stress tips and tools. Here is what it looks like for me.

iGoogle for MHealthy: Stress Tips & Tools Tab

Alright, now we are going to give you a link. If you click on the link, and have a Google account, the link will take you to a page where you can either add the tab to your account the way I have it set up, or you can choose just the pieces that most interest you. Check the boxes you want, or uncheck the ones you don't want. Click the "Add to Google" button.

iGoogle: Stress Tips

Have fun! A little MHealthy present for you from the Health Sciences Libraries.

Posted by pfa at February 18, 2009 07:08 PM

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