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Answered By: MaryAlice Wade Last Updated: Feb 10, 2017 Views: 3
Go to the list of databases by clicking Articles & Databases on the library's home page. Next, select the Subject "Health & Medicine". If you want consumer information that is written for the average person, rather than scholarly articles, Medline Plus, Consumer Health Complete and Health Source: Consumer Edition are good choices. For medical research, CINAHL, Science Direct and ProQuest Nursing have many full-text scholarly articles.
For non-students: Medline Plus and PubMed Central are freely available to anyone online. If you live in Kansas, there are several relevant databases available through the State Library of Kansas; look under the Health Resources section of their Online Databases page.