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Think you might have the flu? Medline Plus lists symptoms and health news to help you stay on top of things.

To find information on flu, including symptoms, prevention and treatment, try the Medline Plus database. You can access it through the Research & Learn tab at the top the library homepage in the alphabetical Databases list. In the Medline Plus search field, enter the word ‘flu' and hit ‘search'. Click on the first result from the National Library of Medicine. This will bring up a new page with an overview of the disease and several headings.

Does the library offer free Wi-Fi service?

Yes, the library offers free WiFi service at all 25 locations. For more information, click on the About tab at the top of the library's homepage. In the box on the left side of the page, click on Computers. Look for the Wireless Access at TCCL link for a tip sheet about the library's WiFi policies.

Can the library help me file my taxes?

Well, the short answer is no, the library does not assist with tax preparation or offer tax advice. However, we do have some resources that may make tax season a little more bearable for you.

My daughter wants to do a science fair project on earthquakes. Where can she find some help on putting together an experiment?

The ancient Greeks thought earthquakes occurred when the god Atlas shifted the weight of the world from one shoulder to the other. Today we take a more scientific approach to explaining them.

Oklahoma's Presidential primary is March 6th, but in order to vote, you have to be registered by February 10th. Are you registered to vote?

If you aren't registered to vote, or just want more information on elections in Tulsa, you can find some great information on the Tulsa County Election Board page of the library's Tulsa Organizations and Services database (or TOS). The TOS Election Board page includes the agency's address, phone numbers and hours, links to the voter registration form and election schedule, and other information on the voting process.

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