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Database Searching


Use AND in a search to:

  • narrow your results
  • tell the database that ALL search terms must be present in the resulting records

Note that in many, but not all, databases, the AND is implied. For example, Google automatically puts an AND in between your search terms.

Example:  Aspirin AND Children AND Reye's Syndrome