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Search for your terms in quotations to search as a phrase, adding keywords you're interested in: e.g. "Osteogenesis imperfecta" diagnosis or "brittle bone disease" prognosis
Reading Scholarly Journal Articles
You will find scholarly journal articles (a.k.a. peer reviewed or research articles) on these topics. These articles can be very long and are written for a specific expert audience. Fret not!
Avoid commercial sites like webmd or healthline. If you want help evaluating a website, email Sarah!
Google scholar can be a useful tool in academic research, however, many of the articles you'll find there are behind a paywall. Please exhaust the library databases first before heading to google scholar!
If you have checked in the databases, searched regular (free) google, and are not satisfied with your results, email Sarah the librarian to get some search tips and strategies.
If you do find an article behind a paywall, the librarians may be able to find it for you.
DO NOT PAY FOR ARTICLES ON THE INTERNET!