Health Resources For Haiti

A new page of Haiti earthquake health information links, is now available at disaster.nlm.nih.gov . The page lists new Web pages about the Haiti earthquake situation from both government agencies and non-governmental organizations (NGOs). There is also a section on Haitian Creole and French-language materials which links to background information on earthquakes and subsequent health issues, such as public health assessments, emergency surgical care.

Sage Sayings of Dr. Andrew Taylor Still

" Building and healthy renovation are united in a perpetual effort to construct and sustain purity. In these two are the facts and truths of life and health."

" The organized substances in the human body, to the student of Osteopathy, should be in divisions when he begins to philosophize as an operator."

Truhlar Robert E. Doctor A.T. Still in the living. Chagrin Falls, Ohio, 1950. p. 25

 

 

Database Review: Changes in OvidSP

Personal Accounts: Each user can create a Personal Account within OvidSP to store Auto Alerts and Saved Searches.  In addition, once a user logs into their Personal Account, they will be able to annotate articles/citations that are of interest to them.

AutoAlerts: It is a search you set up in OvidSP which the system automatically performs, and you receive an email with the results. You can create the Alert by entering your search, clicking Save Search History and following the steps as prompted.You must be logged into your Personal Account to Save Searches and create AutoAlerts.

eTOC Alerts: Users can set up either RSS or email eTOC (Table of Content) Alerts for any of the journals that Ovid offers.  To set up eTOC Alerts, choose the Journals link from the Select a Database page, click “Browse Contents” from the main search page and choose the Manage eTOC Subscriptions link from the Journals A-Z page.  After you enter your email address, you will be able to choose the journal title(s) that you would like Alerts for, and will receive an Alert each time a new issue is uploaded to Ovid.

Book Review

E-book: The Infectious Diseases of Haiti by GIDEON

This ebook, The Infectious Diseases of Haiti, will be offered free of charge to all health professionals concerned with the current disaster.

GIDEON (Global Infectious Diseases and Epidemiology Online Network) is a Web-based application which follows diseases – both on a global level and within each country. Data is updated daily and is derived from all relevant journals, websites, Health Ministry reports and publications of the World Health Organization.

 

 

Website Review

Free 60-day period to top 10 cancer articles!Cancer is a leading cause of death around the world. WHO (World Health Organization) estimates that 84 million people will die of cancer between 2005 and 2015 without intervention. In recognition of February 4th, World Cancer Day WILEY-BLACKWELL focuses on Cancer in it's latest newsletter issue, and has compiled a list of cancer articles for a 60-day period with free access. To access the list click here.

NLM is pleased to announce Mobile MedlinePlus, available in English and Spanish. Wondering what the side effects are for your new prescription? Go to Mobile MedlinePlus while you're waiting for the pharmacist to fill your order! There is a link to Mobile MedlinePlus from the MedlinePlus homepage, as well as a FAQ that includes special instructions for Blackberry users.To go to Mobile MedlinePlus click here.

 

 

What is RefWorks?

RefWorks is an online research management, writing and collaboration tool to help researchers gather, manage, store and share all types of information, as well as generate citations and bibliographies.

NYIT library is pleased to announce the subscription to RefWorks. Please feel free to visit RefWorks and create your free account. Use the tutorials and information resources on the site to work smarter with RefWorks.

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PubMed Central Releases New Search Option for Embargoed Articles

Implementation of a new PMC search option, facilitates both retrieving the citations for embargoed articles and their corresponding PMC reference numbers, known as PMCIDs. To view the step by step process click here.

 

 

Is Avatar Giving you a headache?

Many viewers have complained that “Avatar” and other 3-D films give them headaches, nausea, blurred vision and other symptoms of visually induced motion sickness. Once again, Anahad O’Connor explores the link between 3-D movies and headaches. The problem, studies indicate, is that the films often cause unnatural eye movements.

To learn more about the health effects of 3-D movies, read the full column, “The Claim: 3-D Movies Can Induce Headaches and Sickness"

Library Hours

To observe the President Day, NYCOM library will be closed on Monday February 15th, 2010. We'll resume our normal hours on Tuesday February 16th.

"Have a Happy Valentine's Day"

 

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