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  • SportDiscus  Icon
    Contains over 400 journals related to sports and sports medicine.
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    Index, abstracts and full-text of the literature of nursing and allied health. This is the best choice for Nursing students.
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    Index, abstracts and full-text of journal articles in the health sciences.
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    Focuses on the many perspectives of complementary, holistic and integrated approaches to health care and wellness.
  • Natural & Alternative Treatments  Icon
    Contains more than 700 evidence-based articles covering medical conditions, alternative therapies, herbs and supplements, functional foods, drug interactions, and homeopathy.

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