From our website, click on the link for Journals. You will find it under the Resouces heading. The next screen will give you an option to browse the alphabet or type in the name of a journal. A variety of links for the journal may appear. If it says HSHSL print collection, click on that link and then click on the word holdings and this will tell you the years that we have that journal in print. If it lists other providers names, be sure to look at the date ranges in front of the link. This will tell you the years that we have access to online. If you then click on a link for the needed date range, you will be taken to the journal's home page. From there you will have to look at your citation for year, volume, and pages, to find the article.
If you need to look for journals on a particular subject, always start with a database such as PubMed.
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