ALT HealthWatch is an alternative health that database provides full text for 180 publications, including many peer-reviewed journals. In-depth coverage of complementary and alternative medicine dating back to 1990. Included Publications

The Family Behavior Toolbox (FBT) is a self-help resource for parents and family members. It is created to help them understand the behavior they are experiencing and the options they have to deal with it. FBT has been created by the same team responsible for the Child, Adolescent and Autism editions used by professionals around the world.

Health Source - Consumer covers topics such as aging, AIDS, cancer, children's health, diabetes, drugs and alcohol, fitness, nutrition, sports medicine, women's health and other topics. Includes Lexi-PALS drug content, which covers over 1,000 generic medications, 100 natural products and 19 vaccines. Included Publications

MedlinePlus is the freely available National Institutes of Health's Web site for patients and their families and friends. Produced by the National Library of Medicine, it offers information about diseases, conditions, and wellness issues in plain language.

Online Reference Centre is a $1.7 million collection of curricular-aligned, authoritative digital resources licenced for use by all Albertans.  It's of particular benefit to K-12 students, their parents, and school staff.  It's a great source of online content that includes audio, videos, pictures, text translation, citation tools, language learning tools, and access to journals such as Walrus, National Geographic, National Geographic Kids, Men’s Health, and Maclean’s just to name a few (RSS feeds available).

Public library staff and patrons need to login with passwords. Contact Chinook Arch Public Services or ORC Coordinator, Jamie Davis, (780-414-0805 x229) to receive login credentials. Visit the ORC Support Site for additional information.

PubMed is a free database that accesses the MEDLINE database of abstracts on life sciences and biomedical topics. It is maintained by the United States National Library of Medicine (NLM) at the National Institues of Health.