Lewis Library recommends MedlinePlus  as a good starting place for consumer health information. It's your gateway to reliable information provided by more than 1,350 organizations. It includes articles on 750 health topics, a medical dictionary and encyclopedia, drug and supplement information, still images and videos, and thousands of links. MedlinePlus also makes quality health information accessible in more than 40 languages. It is produced by the world's largest medical library, the National Library of Medicine. Click on the logo above to get started.
If you need to research a topic in greater depth or require professional-level information from the biomedical literature, you are welcome to use any of the print and electronic resources available in Lewis Library. See a librarian or other staff member if you would like assistance with your research.
|Research Guides ||Lists of librarian-selected resources in popular research categories. Includes a guide to Consumer Health resources .|
|Journal Finder ||Provides access to more than 16,000 journals by browsing or searching. Use this tool if you want to access an article that you have already identified.|
|Library Catalog ||Search for books, media, print journals, and other items in the Lewis Library's collections. Includes e-books and selected other online resources.|
|Research Databases ||Search biomedical or general databases to identify articles or book chapters on your topic. In many cases, these will provide links to the full text online.|
|Select from Lewis Library's purchased e-book collections as well as those freely available.|
|UNTHSC Scholarly Repository ||Search for faculty and student work in a variety of formats, such as dissertations, theses, posters, and conference presentations.|