Before you begin your actual searching, you need to find keywords and synonyms for your topic. Sometimes, articles will use other words that mean the same thing. For example, a database may use "hand grip strength" instead of "grip strength."
From the LCC Library research database Films On Demand.
For the full documentary and transcript, see the record page for The Incredible Human Hand: Hands and Feet.
Before you search or if you get stuck while searching, use a thesaurus or a Google search to find different words to express your ideas.
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