Answered By: Kathryn Park
Last Updated: Dec 03, 2015     Views: 77

We have lots of great resources to get you started:

  • Books
    For books go to WorldCat (link below) and search. Just search using the term diabetes and you'll find lots of books and eBooks.
  • Articles
    For articles, use our Health & Nursing databases. You can search all of our EBSCO health databases simultaneously with
    EBSCO: All Health, Nursing & Medical Databases and the Gale: Health Reference Center Academic database is also good (link below).
  • Citation
    And finally, you can grab citations from WorldCat, EBSCO and Gale. The Cite MLA the EZ Way! page in the MLA  Style libguide shows how to grab them and then tweak them to make them just right (link below).

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