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Databases for Health Research
Find the most timely and accurate health information using these specialized research databases and websites.
Need access to the full text of an article? We may be able to obtain it for you through Interlibrary Loan.
Use this resource if: You’re doing research on community demographics (or if you’re interested in learning more about your community). This resource is run by the United States Census Bureau. Learn how to use this resource.
Use this resource if: You’re working on a school project about a health topic, or you want to take a deep dive into a health topic. This resource contains encyclopedia entries, magazine and newspaper articles, and videos.
Use this resource if: You’re looking for clinical reports and peer-reviewed articles for a paper or project.
Use this resource if: You need a quick and easy way to check on a symptom, learn more about a diagnosis, or want to check the side effects of a medication. Take a tour of the website.
Use this resource if: You’re conducting health and medical research and its effect on nursing practices and processes.
Use this resource if: You need peer-reviewed articles and trade journals for physical therapy and sports medicine practices.
Use this resource if: You’re beginning your research on a psychology-related topic and are looking for peer-reviewed articles, magazine articles (such as Psychology Today), and newspaper articles.
Use this resource if: You’re searching for scholarly articles, clinical trials, and reports covering health and medicine.
Unsure of where to start? Contact the Health Librarian for assistance!