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Next, try the world's biggest health sciences database, called PubMed. Do an Advanced (click it) search; input obesity, click ADD input viruses, click ADD & click Search. Refine the results on the left of the Results page by year (last 5 years) full text, language, ages, controlled clinical trials or whatever you prefer to find a few good articles.
Click Send to and send to your RefWorks account to help design a beautiful References list to attach to your great paper.
Is part of your article citation missing? Use PubMed's tool to find the full citation: Single citation matcher
Learn how to save PubMed citations to RefWorks or another citation manager here
Search PubMed in a language other than English, including Spanish, French or others at BABEL PubMed
Qualitative & Quantitative Research
Use the EBP Worksheet above to define your research question using PICO(T).
TWU Libraries, in conjunction with the Student Union, Student Services and Student Life, have a nap pod for you to use for 20 minute power naps in the ARC
Former ARC Library Student Assistant and MOTS Ms Kristen McManus demonstrates the nap pod use