Medical Research and Health Databases

Academic Search Premier

Provides full text for more than 4,500 journals (magazines)covering social sciences, computer sciences, engineering, medical sciences and other science topics.

Consumer Health Complete

Designed for the everyday consumer of health care information, database provides access to health and medical information contained in medical encyclopedias, reference books, and magazine articles.

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Medical Related Websites

  • Addiction Group – this website provides help for people dealing with alcohol and/or dug addictions.
  • Alcohol Rehab Help – an informational web guide written by a team of journalists, researchers, doctors, and medical professionals.
  • CAPHIS Top 100 List: Health Websites You Can Trust – CAPHIS is a section of the Medical Library Association. The sites included on this website are selected with criteria that include credibility, sponsorship/authorship, content, audience, currency, disclosure, purpose, links, design, interactivity, and caveats.
  • Center for Disease Control  – consumer access to CDC information.
  • Clinical Trials –  provides information about a trial’s purpose, who may participate, locations, and phone numbers for more details.
  • Colorado Department of Health – The State of Colorado’s Department of Health and Environment keeps you up to date with health concerns and emergencies.
  • CoveredHQ – is a one stop shop where consumers can find information about health coverage topics from basic explanations to specific topics.
  • Eagle Valley Behavioral Health – Eagle Valley Behavioral Health was established to lead the community collaboration ensuring access to superior behavioral health services for everyone in the Eagle River Valley.
  • Haz-Map – is an occupational health database designed for health and safety professionals and for consumers seeking information about the adverse effects of exposure to chemical and biological agents.
  • HealthFinder – health topics and information for the lay person from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Inlcudes doctor and hospital locator.
  • Household Products Database – learn more about what’s under your sink, in your bathroom, in your garage and laundry room. Find out what’s in these products, potential health hazards, and safe handling practices.
  • Intelihealth  – Aetna Insurance’s consumer health website with content from Harvard Medical School.
  • MedlinePlus – contains information to help answer health questions. Website hosts information from the U.S.National Library of Medicine (NLM), the National Institutes of Health (NIH), and other government agencies and health-related organizations. Preformulated searches provide access to medical journal articles. Website also contains information about drugs, an illustrated medical encyclopedia, interactive patient tutorials, and latest health news.
  • Mental Health Bridges – this was site created specifically for persons with mental health issues to teach them health literacy skills. Mental Health Bridges contains material in both text and short videos plus provides printable handouts and activity sheets to help anyuser engage with the contents of the site.
  • – Start your reseMarch on mesothelioma with a trusted information resource for individuals who have been diagnosed with mesothelioma and their families. This site provides information on treatment, clinical trials, top doctors, and offers a live chat feature to answer any questions.
  • National Cancer Institute – consumer-oriented information cancer related topics and comprehensive descriptions research programs and clinical trials. This site also offers the medical professional deailed information on specific areas of research and funding opportunities.
  • National Institutes of Health – browse health and wellness topice or research conditions and diseases from this comprehensive website which also links you to other health related sites.
  • National Library of Medicine – discover a wealth of information at the National Library of Medicine.  Beside links to Medline and other free databases, there are links to historical medical documents, historical photos, videos, books, journals and historical medical statistics.
  • Network of Care – the Northwest Colorado Network of Governments sponsors a service directory for Seniors and People Living with Disabilities. This service encompasses Eagle, Summit, Pitkin and Grand Counties.
  • Nutrition.Gov  – online access to government information on food and human nutrition for consumers. A service of the USDA.
  • phpartners – is a collaboration of U.S. government agencies, public health organizations and health sciences libraries whose mission centers around helping public health workforce and consumers find and use information that will improve and protect the public’s health .
  • Public Health Careers – Careers in public health go well beyond working in neighborhood clinics and promoting healthy living initiatives. This website has links exploring the topic of public health and offers information on where a  degree in the field can lead to jobs in law enforcement, education, public policy and more.
  • PubMed – a service of the U.S. National Library of Medicine that includes over 18 million citations from MEDLINE and other life science journals for biomedical articles back to the 1950s.
  • PubMed Health – provides information for consumers and clinicians on prevention and treatment of diseases and conditions.
  • RxList  – an Internet drug index.
  • Seniors Blue Book – find listings related to senior health and services.
  • ToxNet – National Library of Medicine website provides information on toxicology, hazardous chemicals, environmental health, and toxic releases.
  • Tufts University Nutrition Navigator 
  • World Health Organization (WHO) – this organization works worldwide to promote health, protect people from health emergencies, and serve the vulnerable.