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Hartford Courant (1764 – 1995) [via ProQuest] [via ProQuest]
The Hartford Courant is the oldest continously operating newspaper in the United States.
Healthy People 2020 Structured Evidence Queries
This resource provides pre-formulated PubMed search strategies to find published literature to support achieving Healthy People 2020 objectives.
Health, United States [National Center for Health Statistics]

Annual chartbook of trends in U.S. health statistics with special topical reports that vary.  Includes a Data Finder search feature and Infographics section.

Handbook of Behavioral Neuroscience [via ScienceDirect]

Handbook series from Elsevier.  Online access is available from 2006 (volume 16) – present.

Historiography of Ottoman Europe
HOE is a collection of meta-data focusing on historiographical writing of Early Modern Ottoman Europe (1500-1800). It brings together published and unpublished primary sources (chronicles, histories, hagiographies, inscriptions, maps…), as well as secondary material (“Main Section”). It also offers information on specific collections, as well as a wide variety of references to tools and resources useful to those navigating the research questions of Early Modern historiography (“Tool Section”).
Harvard Dataverse

The Harvard Dataverse Network, housed at the Institute for Quantitative Social Science (IQSS) at Harvard, hosts the world’s largest collection of social science research.

Henry A. Murray Research Archive ( IQSS, Harvard University )

The Henry A. Murray Research Archive is Harvard’s endowed repository for quantitative and qualitative research data at the Institute for Quantitative Social Science. Our collection comprises over 100 terabytes of data, audio, and video. We provide long-term preservation of all types of data of interest to the research community, including numerical, video, audio, interview notes, and other data.

Handbook of Physiology

[Available in Print Only]

Classic and comprehensive multi-volume treatise on all aspects of physiology. Contains significant research results with extensive bibliographic references and detailed indexes, authored by physiological scientists worldwide. Divided into 14 sections each with multiple volumes:

Section 1: The Nervous System;
Section 2: The Cardiovascular System;
Section 3: The Respiratory System;
Section 4: Environmental Physiology;
Section 5: Adipose Tissue;
Section 6: The Gastrointestinal System;
Section 7: The Endocrine System;
Section 8: Renal Physiology;
Section 9: Reactions to Environmental Agents;
Section 10: Skeletal Muscle;
Section 11: Aging;
Section 12: Exercise: Regulation and Integration of Multiple Systems;
Section 13: Comparative Physiology;
Section 14: Cell Physiology.

Print set locations:

Shields Library QP 6 .H25;
Carlson Health Sciences & Blaisdell Medical Library QT 104 .H231

Related links: Comprehensive Physiology
Handbook of Zoology/Handbuch der Zoologie

RESEARCH level handbook with GERMAN as first language. Online continuously updated version of De Gruyter’s Handbook of Zoology covering over 100 years of zoological research. Includes original Handbook material (> 28,000 pages) reordered along taxonomic (instead of bibliographical) categories.  PLEASE NOTE: publication language of the core historical volumes is German. ENGLISH language sections are currently under the Browseable section “Ahead of Print” but are slowly being integrated into the main volumes below. Browseable volumes are organized in 8 larger volume collections as follows:

•Protozoa, Porifera, Colenteratea, Mesozoa (Vol. 1)
•Vermes Amera (Vol. 2)
•Arthropoda ex. Insecta (Vol. 3)
•Arthropoda: Insecta (Vol. 4)
•Solenogastres, Mollusca, Echinoderma (Vol. 5)
•Pisces/Amphibia (Vol. 6)
•Reptilia, Aves (Vol. 7)
•Mammalia (Vol. 8)