For online databases and index services go to the University Libraries home page, click on the Databases link, then use the pull down menu near the top of the page to select the Health option. This will bring up a list health-related databases allowing a more concise search of the literature.
Remember: Finding an article in a database does not mean University Libraries subscribes to the journal in which it appears.To make sure the journal title you want is accessible at University Libraries, consult OneSearch. Also, using databases can be tricky- a document called Database Searching Basics (PDF) can help.
OneSearch is a tool for discovering the resources in the University Libraries collections. The simple search box allows researchers to discover credible and reliable library content in one simple search and see results in a relevancy-ranked list. Researchers can access full-text content when available, locate items in the libraries' collections, or request items through interlibrary loan if necessary.
For more information on this new discovery tool, take a look at the OneSearch subject guide.
As always, though, using only one source for all your information- even a meta-search tool such as this- can leave your knowledge of research topics lacking. Again, there is no quick and easy road to accurate and authoritative research. Real work is involved. Search results will overlap between sources but they will NOT be the same.