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- Acupuncture data search engine
Search options to find data on acupuncture, TCM or holistic topics.
- Ask Jeeves
A meta engine that lets you ask questions in 'plain English' and then tries to find the info in its own knowledgbase and then gives you a list of the hits found in other search engines. Kind of a fun place to try searches.
It fetches information from lots of places on the web, ftp, newsgroups and more
Law, medicine, real estate, news, references and financial search engines.
- GO Network
- HotBot Search Engine
- MedWeb: Biomedical Internet Resources
MedWeb: Biomedical Internet Resources
- Northern Light
- Online Health Resources Database
DIRLINE (Directory of Information Resources Online) is the National Library of Medicine's online database containing location and descriptive information about a wide variety of information resources including organizations, research resources, projects, and databases concerned with health and biomedicine. Topics include HIV/AIDS, maternal and child health, most diseases and conditions (including genetic and other rare diseases), health services research, and technology assessment.
- The Major Search Engines
A list and description of the more well known traditional web search engines.
- The Virtual Reference Desk
A reference to a variety of web search engines.
- The World Lecture Hall
The World Lecture Hall (WLH) contains links to pages created by faculty worldwide who are using the Web to deliver class materials.
Allows you to search the entire web or narrow your search to areas like top news stories, 'PUBMED, etc.
- Yahoo !
A Friendly Reminder: You are ultimately responsible for the care of your patients. Recommendations and discussions of cases should be considered as recommendations by colleagues for you to consider in your case management decisions. Dosages should be confirmed prior to dispensing medications.