This searchable, web-based bibliography of randomized clinical trials and systematic reviews of acupuncture, developed by the Oregon College of Oriental Medicine (OCOM) Research Department. It is a prototype bibliographic database that references RCTs and systematic reviews of acupuncture published in the English language, and is compiled primarily from PubMed, the Cochrane Library, and the collection of the OCOM Library, which subscribes to 16 Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (AOM) journals that are not indexed in MEDLINE. The AcuTrials® database currently contains approximately 900 indexed citations and is continuously updated. AcuTrials® is a unique resource for practitioners and researchers interested in specific acupuncture research. 



Databases from the National Agricultural Library containing books and journal articles of the agricultural research literature, including botanical/herbal research. 




BASE (Bielefeld Academic Search Engine)

Search engine for open access materials, including research articles, many available in full text.


Clincal Trials


Dietary Supplements Labels Database

A free database produced by the National Library of Medicine.  Users can obtain information about over 2000 brands of dietary supplements, including ingredients and health benefits claimed by the manufacturer.


Drug Information Portal    

Information on over 63,000 drugs from the NIH.


Histology Learning Systems


Human Embryology Animations


Index to the Chiropractic Literature

Index to the major journals in the chiropractic literature.  Includes abstracts and full text when available.


LabTests Online 



Drugs and lactation database from the NIH.


LifeMap Embryonic Development & Stem Cell Compendium

Embryonic development - free registration required


MedlinePlus CAM   

Lay information on complementary and integrative health topics.


Multi-dimensional Human Embryo




Available on campus use only


NIH NCCAM Clinical Practice Guidelines

National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health - Clinical Practice Guidelines for the treatment of many conditions.


Pill Box

Rapid identification of pills, also from the NIH.


Public Health Image Library


PubMed Medline

no login required