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Question: What is the difference between MedlinePlus and MEDLINE/PubMed?
contains pages of carefully selected links to Web resources with authoritative health information, including dictionaries, directories, organizations, news sources and 650 health topics.
provides access to medical information via:
contains links to pre-formulated searches of the MEDLINE/PubMed database, allowing you to find references to latest health professional articles on your topic.
is a Web-based, searchable database of over 14 million article references published in more than 4800 biomedical journals and magazines.
can be searched for FREE.
provides links to some full-text journal articles via publishers' Web pages.
Publisher access to articles varies by publisher--some provide access free, others charge for the article or require a subscription.
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