Use this guide to locate peer reviewed articles for your project #2. This guide also links out to electronic referencing information for RefWorks.
Here are some recommended resources for use in clinical settings:
Know the title of the journal you are looking for? Use the UNLV print and online journal subscriptions search to see if the University Libraries has a subscription.
Here are some Peer-Reviewed Journal Titles to try searching for articles:
These resources are searchable databases freely available on the internet. You can use these databases to find credible label information for supplements as well as details about the active ingredients in supplements.
The Dietary supplement label database is a joint project of three federal agencies. The labels database includes a quick search option to allow search of supplement ingredients. You can search this database using the Quick Search box or select one of the tabs to search by: Dietary Ingredients, or by Product name.
PubMed has developed a dietary supplement subset to search dietary supplement topics in PubMed. Search results are automatically filtered to retrieve results from the PubMed subset for dietary supplements.
The NIH Office of Dietary Supplements provides consumer health based information about dietary supplements. The site is has a dictionaryof dietary supplement terms. As well as fact sheets about botanicals, frequently asked questions about supplements and links to current topics related to dietary supplements.