The PubMed, MeSH, and NLM Catalog search boxes have been slightly restructured to provide a presentable display for users working with non-standard system fonts.
The tools in CHEMM provide a comprehensive resource to help responders make safer decisions and provide them with the right information when it is needed most.
PubMed Central has undergone a facelift or more accurately, an “interface”-lift, to not only enhance its overall look and feel but also provide users with easier access to PMC resources and information.
A bolding feature is now in PubMed® to help users quickly find where their search terms appear in their search results.
MedlinePlus now offers RSS feeds for every health topic page on the site — nearly 1,800 feeds for MedlinePlus and MedlinePlus en espanol combined.
The National Library of Medicine Haz-Map has been updated. Haz-Map now includes 1,212 new chemical agents and twelve chemical categories with significance regarding occupational exposure.
The Embryo app provides a collection of digital serial sections of early stage human embryos for mobile devices.
The NLM recently conducted a video contest in which the public was invited to create original short videos, promoting awareness of NLM® products and services. The winners are linked in this post.
A digital resource encompassing over 300 early American printed books, Medicine in the Americas makes freely available original works demonstrating the evolution of American medicine from colonial frontier outposts of the 17th century to research hospitals of the 20th century.
In the near future, registering for a My NCBI account will require an e-mail address.
Users Can Virtually Flip through Medical Masterpieces from Past Centuries
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