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Children--Nutrition--Handbooks, manuals, etc.
Diet therapy for children--Handbooks, manuals, etc.
Housing and health
Public health--Research--Methodology--Case studies.
Print & Electronic Resources
Please Note: The links to the electronic resources go to the catalog record (description) of the book. There will be a box that says, "Connect To." From there, using your username and password, you can gain access to that electronic book. If you have problems, please contact the reference desk, 747-5643.
Alternative Medicine: Expanding Medical Horizons
Call Number: HE 20.3002:M 46/2 (Government Documents—1st Floor)
Government document which covers topics in the area of alternative medicine. Chapters include mind-body interventions, how to conduct research on alternative medicine and distribute/publish the results, plant information for drugs, herbal medicines, abbreviations and a glossary.
Dietary Guidelines For Americans, 6th ed. [electronic resource]
Students, faculty and staff of UTEP can access this resource from on-campus and other locations with log-in information. From the Department of Health and Human Services and the Department of Agriculture, a guide to diet and preventative measures. Topics include nutrition, exercise, food groups, fats, alcohol, food safety and more.
Harrison’s Manual of Medicines, 15th ed. [electronic resource] by
Students, faculty and staff of UTEP can access this resource from on-campus and other locations with log-in information. Concise and condensed coverage of medicine. The entries provide definitions, causes of symptoms and brief diagnostic criteria. Excellent tool for background and beginning research on medicine.
Healthy Housing Reference Manual [electronic report]
Students, faculty and staff of UTEP can access this resource from on-campus and other locations with log-in information. Government document which covers historical background of the healthy housing, regulations and principles, disease, environmental concerns, structure, electricity, heating/cooling, and energy efficiency and more.
Methods in Community-Based Participatory Research For Health by
Call Number: RA440.85 .M475 2005 (Main Stacks—5th Floor)
Focusing on community-based participatory research (CBPR) this manual shows the reader how to create partnerships with communities. Information includes study design and applications of CBPR.
The Complete Guide to Nutrition in Primary Care [electronic resource] by
Students, faculty and staff of UTEP can access this resource from on-campus and other locations with log-in information. Guide to nutrition which covers the areas of preventive medicine, lifecycle, improving health and changing behavior, vitamins, minerals and alternative medicines, and environment.