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April 4, 2008

Thomasville-- The health department donated a computer to each of the six public libraries in Thomas county.  

The computers will give the public access to a website aimed at helping people make their health a priority.  Nancy Tillinghast, Director of the Thomas County Library system says,"Its a private thing, no one can go in there but you. It will remind you when you have to have another mammogram or procedure. It helps you figure out how many miles you've walked.   It just keeps you working on the health."

You can access the Hooked on Health website on your own computer too!

 

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