Consumer Health Complete

Consumer Health Complete supports the information needs of patients and fosters an overall understanding of health-related topics. This resource provides content covering all key areas of health and wellness, from mainstream medicine to the many perspectives of complementary and holistic medicine.

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Subject Area: Health
Ideal For: Public LibrariesGovernmentHigh Schools

Title List:
Coverage: Excel | HTML
eBooks: Excel | HTML
Subject: Excel | HTML

Content Includes

  • More than 480 full-text journals and magazines
  • More than 640 full-text health reference books, e-books and encyclopedias
  • More than 2,400 full-text evidence-based health reports
  • Nearly 500 medical images and diagrams
  • Nearly 250 animations with audio narration
  • More than 4,000 articles covering teen health topics
  • More than 12,000 articles covering senior health topics
  • Full-text consumer health pamphlets and leaflets

Subjects Include

  • Aging
  • Cancer
  • Diabetes
  • Drugs and alcohol
  • Fitness
  • Nutrition and dietetics

EBSCO's Consumer Health Complete is an easy to use, valuable health information resource. It has a straightforward interface with a variety of ways to access authoritative information.

— Journal of Consumer Health on the Internet

Valuable Full-Text Consumer Health Information 

Consumer Health Complete offers a unique search interface that organizes results by source type so users can easily find the content they're looking for. Source types include journals, magazines, reference books, encyclopedias, pamphlets, images and videos.

Content for Teens and Their Parents

Consumer Health Complete contains dozens of articles on a variety of teen health topics from smoking and sexting to dealing with anger and coping with divorce. “TeenTalk” articles are aimed at teens, while “How to Talk to Teens” articles provide tips to parents on starting difficult but important conversations.

Note: Information provided in this database should not be viewed as a means for self-diagnosis or a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment.