Public Health Service Hospitals historical collection, MS C 471 (Public Health Service Hospitals historical collection, History of Medicine Division, National Library of Medicine
, Bethesda, Md.
Adjusting to progress: Interactions between the National Library of Medicine
and health sciences librarians, 1961-2001.
We have a number of conferences that the National Library of Medicine
has not yet added.
Its developers describe it as having "large print, short, easy-to-read segments of information and simple navigation, [with] a 'talking' function [that] reads the text aloud and special buttons to enlarge the text or turn on high contrast [to] make text more readable" (National Institutes on Aging & National Library of Medicine
Access to the National Library of Medicine
database is an invaluable aid to the working doctor at a time when medical advances come so fast, not even the most dedicated professional can keep up," says Peter Frishauf, CEO of Medscape.
com), a leading provider of enterprise search software and expertise, today announced its selection by the National Library of Medicine
(NLM) to enhance searching on www.
The National Library of Medicine
, a constituent institute of the National Institutes of Health, in collaboration with the Stanford University Archives, announces the release of an extensive selection from the papers of biochemist Arthur Kornberg (1918 - 2007), who received the 1959 Nobel Prize for his synthesis of DNA, on the Library's Profiles in Science Web site.
An advisory group of library and literacy professionals from the NN/LM Pacific Northwest and Pacific Southwest Regions, along with a second-year National Library of Medicine
associate fellow, planned, implemented, and evaluated the symposium.
NexCare's collaborators and partners included the National Institutes of Health, the National Library of Medicine
, the Los Angeles County Medical Association and Cedars-Sinai Medical Center.
For example, the National Library of Medicine
Tox Town website (http:// toxtown.
MedlinePlus: Interactive Health Tutorials is a project of the National Library of Medicine
According to the US National Library of Medicine
dry itchy skin occurs more often in winter, when cold air outside and heated air inside cause low humidity.