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News and Updates for Public Health Digital Library Users

Nov

14

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New England Journal of Medicine’s E-Cigarettes and Vaping-Related Disease special issue

Posted by on November 14th, 2019 0 comments

The use of e-cigarettes has increased rapidly.  Although vaping has been shown to assist with smoking cessation, cases of severe vaping-related pulmonary disease and a number of deaths have recently been reported.  The New England Journal of Medicine has published E-Cigarettes and Vaping-Related Disease, a collection of articles and other resources on e-cigarettes and vaping… Read More »

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Oct

11

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Changes to Finding PHDL Journals in PubMed

Posted by on October 11th, 2019 0 comments

PubMed is your primary source for finding PHDL journals with a keyword or research topic.  You typically use the special PHDL URL (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/?holding=phdlnphco) or a MyNCBI account to set up your filters to call up results for PHDL articles. Major changes are coming to the way you will find PHDL articles in PubMed.  Users will… Read More »

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Oct

10

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The new PubMed is on the way!

Posted by on October 10th, 2019 0 comments

Some of you may have heard that a new version of PubMed will be online in early 2020. New features include: Responsive website on mobile devices and desktops Improved performance with storage on the cloud Simpler and cleaner user interface Updated tools such a ‘Cite’ with additional features Sidebar navigation Citation sensors Links to the… Read More »

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