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HES 351 Nutrition in Health and Disease: Finding Articles in a Database

Primary Sources

  • Present information and original research for the first time
  • Contain unique information
  • Uses a "peer-review" or "referee" process, in which articles are reviewed by other experts in the field
  • Review articles, which compile or analyze primary sources, are considered secondary sources

Scientific Papers

Information on Scientific Papers from Nature Education

Recommended Databases

Here are some good databases fo find journal articles when starting your research:

PubMed Essential resource produced by the National Library of Medicine for finding scholarly journal articles on biomedical topics.

Tip: Download Figures (.ppt) from Articles

Subject Guide

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