Covers complementary, holistic, integrative, and alternative approaches to health care and wellness, from nearly 190 international journals.
Also includes pamphlets, booklets, special reports, original research and book excerpts. Subject areas covered include: aromatherapy, body work, childbirth, Chinese medicine, chiropractic, creative therapies, cross-cultural therapies, energy medicine, herbalism, homeopathy, mind-body medicine, naturopathy, nutrition, and osteopathy.
Global Health is a bibliographic, abstracting and indexing database dedicated to public health research and practice. The resource covers literature on developing countries, sociological aspects, and a wide range of biomedical topics, with an international reach.
Indexes foreign language journals, books, research reports, patents and standards, dissertations, conference proceedings, annual reports, public health, developing country information, and other difficult to obtain material. The resource covers biomedical life sciences, public health, health promotion, public health emergencies, epidemiology and biostatistics, environmental and occupational health, nutrition and food sciences, infectious diseases and parasitology, tropical and international health, and health systems.
Global Health brings together the resources of two internationally renowned databases - the Public Health and Tropical Medicine (PHTM) database, previously produced by the Bureau of Hygiene and Tropical Diseases (BHTD), and the human health and diseases information extracted from CAB ABSTRACTS.
A fully searchable modern database of research dating from 1910 to 1972, containing 800,000 records derived from six printed abstract journals.
The early 20th century saw a proliferation in public health and biomedical research. Global Health Archive can be searched alongside Global Health for records from 1910 to the present day. Global Health Archive contains records on: Public Health, Tropical and Communicable Diseases, Nutrition, Parasitology, Entomology, and Mycology.
Index to health topics in medical journals, consumer health magazines and general interest periodicals, with full text from many titles.
Also includes more than 500 health pamphlets; full text of health-related articles from more than 1500 general interest periodicals. Also includes reference books, pamphlets, and hundreds of videos demonstrating medical procedures and live surgeries.
200 hours of videos on today's latest medical progress in health and wellness issues and their impact on society.
Health and society in video covers medical progress in health and wellness issues. The collection uses documentaries, profiles, reports, and interviews to bridge the gap between medical research and public understanding of health. The videos are designed for use by students, instructors, and the general population to better understand the realities of illness, wellness, and the modern healthcare system. Focus is on public health and medicine, epidemiology, pathology, geronotology, nutrition and wellness, childhood development, cultural and environmental health issues, mental health, and the experience of living with chronic conditions and diseases, such as multiple sclerosis, cerebral palsy, cognitive disorders, fibromyalgia, and obesity.
Information on health-related issues including the medical sciences, food sciences and nutrition, childcare, sports medicine and general health.
Features searchable full text for nearly 80 full text magazines and 110 full text reference books. Also includes more than 18,800 Clinical Reference Systems reports and full text for current health pamphlets.
Access to scholarly full text journals covering nursing and allied health topics, including pediatric nursing, critical care, mental health, nursing management, medical law and more.
Provides users with access to terminology of genetics, oncology, pediatrics, pulmonology, emergency medicine, bacteriology, and laboratory medicine. Coverage of nursing and allied health is particularly strong, including full text from many of the important nursing journals.