At the end of this library session, you will:
Access these accounts under 'My Accounts' on the ASU Library home page, http://lib.asu.edu
Hello and Welcome to the NTR 351 Course Guide! Explore the resources on this guide tailored to your course assignments and research needs. Have suggestions for this guide? Let us know by contacting the Health Sciences Librarian or via the Feedback Survey on the bottom right of this page.
If you have questions, please feel free to contact us!
Get help online from a reference librarian via email or live 24/7 chat.
Health Sciences Librarians: Janice Hermer / 602-496-0683 / email@example.com
Kevin Pardon / 602-496-0487 / firstname.lastname@example.org
To track down research cited in a news article:
Once you find the source, email yourself the citation or permanent link, or note it in another way, such as saving the PDF of the full-text study.
Examples to try:
"Bananas are as beneficial as sports drinks, researchers find"
"Gluten-free diets not always necessary, study suggests"
"Creatine does more than build muscles, it helps treat depression, U researchers say"
For more information on peer-reviewed articles, see:
Next up is the Finding Articles: Research Databases page on this guide. Use a topic from a health news article or the question below to try out searching in PubMed or another research database. This page also includes video examples of searches in PubMed and CINAHL, and example searching strategies.
Is a Mediterranean diet effective in reducing childhood obesity rates?