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Healthy PubMed Searching

This post is more in the bio camp than the chemo field, but may be of interest both to chemists with a life sciences investment and/or hypochondriacs in your lab.

The Healia health portal has added a specially designed PubMed/Medline search to their site that helps consumers retrieve abstracts of scientific articles published in biomedical journals in a more user-friendly way than the standard PubMed search. The system still searches the National Library of Medicine’s (NLM) PubMed/Medline dataset, which includes more than 17 million abstracts and citations from approximately 5000 biomedical journals published since the 1950s. One of the unique capabilities of the additional Healia Clinical Trials Search is that you can restrict searches geographically and map locations of study sites.

It is possible to filter a search to Professionals, Females, Males, Kids, Teens, Seniors, African Heritage, Asian Heritage, Hispanic Heritage, Native Peoples and a few other categories.

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