Answered By: Kathy Maxheimer
Last Updated: Oct 14, 2014     Views: 29

If you are a student, faculty or staff, there are a few good Subject Guides that will help you find what you need.

From the library homepage (see link below) go to the Databases &Subject Guides tab located at the top of the page. Enter "health" in the search box and it will take you to to a list of guides that you can choose from. In these guides are some of the best databases for you to use. For example, if you choose "Public Health" you will see the Database tab that provides this list.

See links below for consumer health information from:

  •  Health Source - Consumer Edition 
  •  MedlinePlus 
  •  US Food and Drug Administration 
  • The National Institutes for Health 
  • CAPHIS - Consumer and Patient Information Section- a section of the Medical Library Association

The librarian who created this guide is also available by email for you to ask for further assistance if you need it (see link below).

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