Consumer Health Complete

Informing Patients on Important Health Related Topics to Foster an Understanding of Health

 

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EBSCO's Consumer Health Complete is an easy to use, valuable health information resource. It has a straightforward interface with a variety of ways to access authoritative information.

– Journal of Consumer Health on the Internet

 

Covers Topics Such As

  • Aging
  • Cancer
  • Diabetes
  • Drugs and Alcohol
  • Fitness
  • Nutrition and Dietetics

Content Includes

  • Full text for more than 560 journals and magazines
  • Full text for hundreds of health reference books and encyclopedias
  • Thousands of full-text evidence-based, health reports
  • Hundreds of medical images and diagrams
  • Full-text consumer health pamphlets and leaflets
  • Hundreds of animations with audio narration
 

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Unique Searching

Consumer Health Complete offers a unique search interface designed to call attention to the full text content available from many important source-types, and to provide an intuitive means for searching this specific information.

Extensive Full Text from a Diverse Range of Valuable Sources

This resource offers a well-rounded collection of full-text content from a variety of relevant source types including journals, magazine, books, pamphlets, images, videos and more. Of note are the more than 230 included full-text health reference books and encyclopedia such as American Medical Association Complete Medical Encyclopedia, Complete Guide to Prescription & Nonprescription Drugs 2012, Cornell Illustrated Encyclopedia of Health, Mayo Clinic Family Health Book and many more.

Information provided in this database should not be viewed as a means for self-diagnosis or a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment.

 
 
Advanced Search, with its elegantly laid-out tool set for crafting very precise search strategies, gives the user great control over the whole search process.

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