Did you by any chance mean midline?
- n. the computer-based telephone system of the United States National Library of Medicine that provides rapid linkage to MEDLARS
“In searching pubmed/medline I found pages of studies from various authors supporting these claims.”
“On the one hand, lucky me, I am paid obscene amounts of money to research what are now two health different issues that affect loved ones... groovy for me - I get to ferret out research, epi data and the latest studies through medline and the like for clients.”
“But I guess you´d have to be a medline maniac to notice ;”
“Except that the financial disclosure is very hard to find on the web version of the article (it's just a "correction" link in the upper right hand corner underneath a lot of other links), and it isn't attached to the medline citation at all.”
“In their own work, Wendi Friesen, Mark Cunningham, Victoria Wizell, and many others refer to an old medline stack that references a number of medical and academic studies on the subject.”
“October 5th, 2005 at 12:48 pm sennoma: There are actually quite a few to be found on medline.”
“A number of studies that can be found via a medline search have shown that somnambulism is not even needed for trancework breast enhancement, many women have positive results with simple imagination alone . . . although I would prefer the somnambulism approach as it does increase results.”
“Did you perhaps go to medline and type the words "elderberry" and "H1N1"?”
“All of the research and medline citations for my editorial are available under swine flu on my website, and were there for Mr. Hawkins to simply see.”
“For more information on Medline, visit our Web site, www. medline.com.”
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