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A very large general academic database covering a broad range of topics. It includes a mix of magazine and journal articles. Many items are full text.
Includes topics such as nursing, consumer health, and alternative medicine. Includes both scholarly and consumer articles.
Covers journal and report literature in disciplines related to education.
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Use this link to Google Scholar instead of going to Google Scholar directly. This will allow you to quickly search huge numbers of academic citations AND access or request them through Library Services.
Covers topics such as nursing, nutrition, family health, and alternative medicine. Great source for consumer information for the general public.
One of the best sources for scholarly medical information on a huge range of topics. Articles are generally geared toward medical professionals and students.
Information on psychology and related disciplines, including journal articles and book chapters.
Designed for rehabilitation clinicians in a hospital setting, this database provides indexing and full-text for hundreds of sports medicine and rehabilitation journals.
An excellent source of information on sociology and the social sciences, including full text for journals and information on books, dissertations, etc.
Contains information on all aspects of sports, physical education, health, etc.
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