Just enter terms and click on the Search button to see webpages and documents that include your terms. By default, results include all the terms specified in the search. To see more specific results, enter more terms.
Example - Searching on “coverage” brings back many more results than searching on “clear coverage”.
Capitalization does NOT matter
Searching on “Health Insurance” will give the same results as searching on “health insurance”.
Search terms bolded in the results
Search results include an excerpt from the webpage/document to display how your search terms are used in context. In the excerpt your search terms are displayed in bold text to help you quickly determine if the result is of interest to you.
To search for a phrase (several words adjacent to each other), enter the words in between double quotes (“like this”). Results will only include pages/documents that contain those exact words in that exact order with no variation.
To retrieve results that include either word A or word B, use uppercase OR between the terms.
Example - Searching on “health OR wellness” will return results that contain either health or wellness or both terms.
You can exclude a word from your search by entering uppercase NOT immediately in front of the word you want to exclude.
Example – Searching on “clinical NOT editing” will return results that include the word clinical but do not include the word editing.
You can search for words that are near each other by entering uppercase NEAR between the words.
Example – Searching on “health NEAR wellness” will return results that include the word health within a few words of wellness.