F1000 Prime is a revolutionary post-publication peer review service that comprehensively and systematically highlights and recommends the most interesting articles published in the biomedical sciences, based on the recommendations of a faculty of 5,000 of the world's leading scientists and clinical researchers (called "Faculty Members"), plus 5,000 associates who work with them (called "Associate Faculty Members").
"The Merck index online offers the same information as the print edition in a convenient and easily searchable full text database. It contains over 11,500 monographs, including historic records not available in the print edition. The Merck index online will be updated regularly with accurate information curated by experts."--Publisher's information.
WebWISER is the online version of WISER, a system designed to assist first responders in hazardous material incidents. WISER provides a wide range of information on hazardous substances, including substance identification support, physical characteristics, human health information, and containment and suppression advice. WebWISER supports both PC and mobile device browsers, including BlackBerry, iPhone, and Android devices. Include sources of data too? Please see: http://wiser.nlm.nih.gov//about.html#wheredata
[Bethesda, MD] : National Center for Biotechnology Information : National Library of Medicine.
PubChem contains the chemical structures of small organic molecules and information on their biological activities. PubChem includes substance information, compound structures, and bioactivity data in three primary databases, PCSubstance, PCCompound, and PCBioAssay, respectively. PubChem is integrated with Entrez, NCBI's primary search engine, and also provides compound neighboring, sub/superstructure, similarity structure, bioactivity data, and other searching features.
"The Household Products Database 'links over 4,000 consumer brands to health effects from Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) provided by the manufacturers.' A consumer or scientist can search or browse by product name, chemical, or MSDS. Household products included are those usually found under the kitchen and bathroom sinks such as Comet Cleanser with Chlorinol and SOS Steel Wool Pads. A search of the Comet brand name retrieves all products containing that brand name. Records for each product contain a physical description of the product, its purpose, the manufacturer with address and telephone numbers, health effects, safe handling and disposal information, and ingredients from the product's label and/or Material Safety Data Sheets. One especially nice feature is the ability to highlight a word or phrase on the product information page and generate an automatic search of TOXNET (http://toxnet.nlm.nih.gov/) simply by clicking on the button provided. This is a valuable resource for both consumers and scientists who need to quickly find contents, health effects, or safe handling instructions for common household products"--Reviewed Mar. 20, 2004, "Best Free Reference Web Sites 2004," RUSA Quarterly, Fall 2004. Comp. by the MARS Best Free Websites Committee, RUSA, ALA.
Contains a database of approximately 70,000 reactions and 4000 of the most frequently consulted reagents. Fully searchable by structure and sub-structure, reagent, reaction type, experimental conditions, and keyword. Also includes a searchable interface: Acronym finder (an interface for Scientific and technical acronyms, symbols, and abbreviations).
The database is designed to help both the general public and health care providers find information about ingredients in brand-name products, including name, form, active and inactive ingredients, amount of active ingredient/unit, manufacturer/distributor information, suggested dose, label claims, warnings, percentage of daily value, and further label information.
An occupational health database designed for health and safety professionals and for consumers seeking information about the health effects of exposure to chemicals and biologicals at work. Haz-Map links jobs and hazardous tasks with occupational diseases and their symptoms. Chemicals and biological agents in Haz-Map are linked to industrial processes and other activities such as hobbies. Occupational diseases and their symptoms are associated with hazardous job tasks and possible exposure to hazardous agents. Information from textbooks, journal articles, and electronic databases such as NLM's Hazardous Substances Data Bank (HSDB®) is classified and summarized to create the database. Some of Haz-Map's features include: text search capability, browsing by jobs, diseases, or agents, searching hazardous agents by adverse effects, searching diseases by jobs and findings, and automated searches of TOXNET. Definitions of technical terms are available by selecting hyperlinks to the glossary.
[Cincinnati] : U.S. Dept of Health and Human Services, Public Health Service, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, 
Book — 1 computer optical disc ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 leaflet (unpaged ; 13 cm.).
Immediately dangerous to life and health concentrations
International chemical safety cards
NIOSH manual of analytical methods
NIOSH pocket guide to chemical hazards
OSHA sampling & analytical methods
Recommendations for chemical protective clothing
Specific medical tests published for OSHA regulated substances
Toxicologic review of selected chemicals
2000 emergency response guidebook.
(Producer) This compact disc (CD) contains a selection of databases and documents that are available on the NIOSH website (http://www.cdc.gov/niosh/). In addition, this CD contains the OSHA Sampling & Analytical Methods and the 2000 Emergency Response Guidebook, which are available on the OSHA website (http://www.osha.gov) and the Department of Transportation website (http://hazmat.dot.gov), respectively.
"SafetyLit staff and volunteers regularly examine more than 4600 scholarly journals from many nations. We also review conference proceedings and reports from government agencies and organizations. SafetyLit summaries are drawn from anthropology, economics, education, engineering specialties, ergonomics, law and law enforcement, medicine, physiology, psychology, public health, public safety, nursing, social work, traffic safety, and other fields. This information is maintained in a searchable archive that contains more than 95 thousand items."
ChemIDplus contains over 400,000 chemical records. More than 300,000 of those records include chemical structures through the advanced search. ChemIDplus is searchable by Name, Synonym, CAS Registry Number, Molecular Formula, Classification Code, Locator Code, Structure, and/or Physical properties. Enhanced structure display is available in ChemIDplus Advanced."
CRISP (Computer Retrieval of Information on Scientific Projects) is a searchable database of federally funded biomedical research projects conducted at universities, hospitals, and other research institutions.
Bethesda, Md. : U.S. National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health, Dept. of Health & Human Services, 1998-
Presents up-to-date health care information, selected by the U.S. National Library of Medicine, for use by health care consumers and health professionals. Hundreds of health topics are listed alphabetically and are also grouped into 32 groups. PubMed database searches, with the search queries already formulated, can be initiated from any of the health topics in order to search for more information. Web links are also provided to dictionaries, sites about doctors and dentists, hospitals, organizations, clearinghouses, databases, consumer health publications (some written in Spanish), and libraries. Website was launched by NLM on October 22, 1998.
"MEDLINEplus offers free public searches to MEDLINE, long the premier bibliographic database for medical information, as well as access to a vast amount of other information for the health care consumer. There are seven major access points: 'Health Topic, ' Dictionaries, ' 'Search Database, ' 'Clearinghouses, ' 'Directories, ' 'MEDLINE, ' 'Organizations, ' 'Publications/News, ' and 'Libraries.' By selecting a particular Health Topic, a user may access Internet resources from government agencies or private sites such as Mayo Health Oasis. A notable limitation of this site is the fact that many documents retrieved in searches of the MEDLINE database itself are not freely available."--Reviewed Feb. 25, 1999. "Best Free Reference Web Sites 1999," RUSA Quarterly, Fall 1999. Comp. by the MARS Best Free Websites Committee, RUSA, ALA.
Atlanta, Ga. : Dept. of Health and Human Services, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
PHIL is an extensive collection of still images, image sets, and multimedia files related to public health. Much of the information critical to the communication of public health messages is pictorial rather than text-based. Created by a Working Group at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the PHIL offers an organized, universal electronic gateway to CDC's pictures. We welcome public health professionals, the media, laboratory scientists, educators, students, and the worldwide public to use this material for reference, teaching, presentation, and public health messages. The content is organized into hierarchical categories of people, places, and science, and is presented as single images, image sets, and multimedia files. A text based advanced search engine is available.
[Atlanta, Ga.] : U.S. Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry.
ATSDR ToxFAQs is a series of summaries about hazardous substances being developed by the ATSDR Division of Toxicology. Information for this series is excerpted from the ATSDR Toxicological profiles and Public health statements. Each fact sheet serves as a quick and easy to understand guide. Answers are provided to the most frequently asked questions (FAQs) about exposure to hazardous substances found around hazardous waste sites and the effects of exposure on human health. The database can be searched through its alphabetical index or by keyword searching. Each ToxFAQ sheet also has a link to CambridgeSoft ChemFinder for additional information.
The Entrez search and retrieval system cross-searches the following NCBI (National Center for Biotechnical Information) databases: Nucleotide and Protein; literature databases, such as PubMed, PMC, Books, OMIM, Journals, and MeSH; structurally-oriented databases, such as Structures, the Conserved Domain Database, 3D-Domains; NCBI Taxonomy, Gene Expression Omnibus (GEO), Single Nucleotide Polymorphisms (SNPs), Population Sets, Genomes, Sequence Tagged Sites, UniGene, Gene-centered information (Gene), and the NCBI web site itself.
Contains data from the Kids Count project on the educational, social, economic and physical well-being of children in the United States. The online database can generate custom graphs, maps, ranked lists, and state-by-state profiles. Users can also download the entire data set as delimited text files.
The home page for the National Center for Health Statistics includes the mission statement, news releases and fact sheets, publications, and links to CDC employment opportunities. It also includes links to a large collection of NCHS publications that provide detailed statistics on births, morbidity, mortality, and health status indicators for the population of the United States.