FIRST: Go to Medline (on FindIt).
Medline is the key bibliographic databases for finding peer-reviewed journal articles on a wide range of biomedical subjects. It also forms the content for the open web PubMed interface. It is an essential tool in any medical and related study and research.
Choose Medline (1946-recent date) from the list which will be presented on-screen. This is about two-thirds of the way down the list, as in the following screenshot. Ignore the other databases, including the 'non-indexed' Medline options.
NB: other databases are available too. In the Ovid selection above, APA PsycInfo covers Psychology and Psychiatry and related areas, and Embase focusses on Pharmacy and Pharmacology. There is information in the longer guide Literature Searching for Medical and Dental Sciences on these and databases from other suppliers, such as CINAHL and Web of Science.