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Health Information @ Himmelfarb
This box allows you to search the library catalog and many journals, e-texts and databases in one search.
The following tools are provided to assist with research, teaching and publishing.
Other Library Databases
If you do not see the database that you need, please visit the full list of Himmelfarb Library Databases.
Medical Health Sciences Databases
Produced by the National Library of Medicine, a premiere medical databases covering health sciences articles including clinical, basic sciences, and public health information. (1950-present)
Searches on PubMed through Himmelfarb Library's access point allows you to link directly to our fulltext subscriptions.
Scopus searches a wide range of journals in Life, Health, Physical and Social Sciences, including all journals in EMBASE.
Clinical information tool searches extensive full-text holdings for clinical answers in journal articles, books, and videos. Searchable by keyword as well as disease, finding, procedure or drug.
Authoritative coverage of nursing and allied health literature. Coverage: 1981 - Present.
Psychology professional and academic literature including medicine, psychiatry, nursing, sociology, education, pharmacology, physiology, linguistics, and other areas. Coverage: 1806 - Present.
Comprehensive clinical drug information app includes Lexi-Drugs and Lexi-Interact.
Natural medicines information including alternate and scientific names, uses, safety, efficacy, mechanism of action, active ingredients, adverse reactions, interactions, drug influence on nutrient levels and depletion, dosage and administration, brand names, and patient education handouts.
Toxicology and hazardous chemicals databases including HSDB, IRIS, ITER, GENE-TOX, CCRIS, TOXLINE, DART/ETIC, TRI, and ChemIDPlus. Sponsored by the National Library of Medicine, through the Toxicology and Environmental Health Information Program of its Specialized Information Services Division.
Evidence-based resource providing disease and drug information.
ClinicalKey - Drugs
Point-of-care information resource includes drug and disease information.
Immunology Research Guide